See: Jewish hostility towards Germany
Samuel Untermeyer was a Jewish leader and close friend of presidents Wilson and Roosevelt. Bernard Baruch (Jew) was a presidential adviser to Wilson, Roosevelt and Truman.
Joining with Samuel Untermeyer in calling for a war against Germany, Bernard Baruch, at the same time, was promoting preparations for war against Germany. 'I emphasised that the defeat of Germany and Japan and their elimination from world trade would give Britain a tremendous opportunity to swell her foreign commerce in both volume and profit.' - Baruch, The Public Years, by Bernard M. Baruch, p.347.
The New York Times, Monday, August 7, 1933 (text of Samuel Untermyer's address)