Samuel Untermyer, (March 6th, 1858 – March 16th, 1940) was a Jewish lawyer, Rothschild banking agent and an active Zionist leader as President of the Keren Hayesod, the agency through which the movement was conducted in America. Untermeyer introduced C.I. Scofield to numerous Jewish Zionist leaders that would finance the publication of his Scofield Reference Bible a tool to enslave fundamentalist Christians to the Jewish Zionist agenda. He was also one of the leading agitators in the international Jewish declaration of war on Germany that occurred shortly after Adolf Hitler became chancellor of Germany. He described the Jewish campaign as nothing less than a “holy war.” The March 24th 1933 issue of The Daily Express of London described how Jewish leaders, in combination with powerful international Jewish financial interests, had launched a boycott of Germany for the express purpose of crippling her already precarious economy in the hope of bringing down the new movement. It was only then that Germany struck back responding with official German government sanctions and reprisals against Jews in Germany.