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Der Stürmer (literally, "The Stormer") was a weekly newspaper published in Germany by Julius Streicher from 1923 to the end of World War II. It was a significant part of the NSDAP media and was strongly opposed to Jewish supremacism. Unlike the Völkischer Beobachter, the official party paper, the tabloid-style Der Stürmer often ran caricatures of Jews and once published a special edition on the history of Jewish ritual murder. The paper appealed to the masses, especially among the lower class; not unlike tabloids of today.
After the war, Streicher was tried at the Nuremberg trials for "crimes against humanity" i.e. criticizing the Jews. His publishing activities were a major part of the evidence presented against him.
For more informations
Julius Streicher - PDF
The Compilation of Jewish Ritual Murders from before the Time of Christ until 1932