You heard about the Holocaust in which 6 million Jews were killed in Nazi Death Camps. Did you hear about the “threatened holocaust” of 6 million Jews about 20 years earlier?
Probably not, even though a former Governor of New York wrote about it in 1919, because that early holocaust never became a best-seller.
The American Hebrew
October 31, 1919
by Martin Glynn
In Glynn’s article, we find that World War I ended “for everybody, but the Jew.”
Glynn encourages the League of Nations to bring peace to the world, and he wants to “give justice to the Jew and other oppressed peoples”.
However, this threatened Holocaust of 6 million Jews never became popular with the American or European public. Perhaps this is why the Zionists staged a new and improved version of the 6 million Holocaust during World War II. In this revised Holocaust, they made sure that some of the 6 million Jews were killed. This turned out to be the key to making the Holocaust a phenomenal success.
The contents of the article are below. It serves as a lesson in how not to market a Holocaust.