In the Garden of Beasts: Love, Terror, and an American Family in Hitler's Berlin BY Larson, Erik

The word appears 1 times.

This book is about the rise of Hitler and the Nazi's from the perspective of an American family living in Berlin (the American Ambassador to Germany). In this book, the anti-Semitic propaganda used the word combined with Jew to dehumanize a whole population of people.

Knick and his wife invited Martha and a few friends to join them for a night of drinks and dancing at Ciro's, a popular nightclub that employed black jazz musicians, a twofold act of defiance given the Nazi Party's obsession with racial purity and its condemnation of jazz - in party jargon, "nigger-Jew jazz" - as degenerate music.