This chapter focuses on the responses to Kristallnacht, and to show what repercussions the violence unleashed across the Reich on the night of November 9-10 had on Australia and Australians. It examines two regional papers from country New South Wales (NSW), the thrice-weekly Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate and the weekly Goulburn Evening Penny Post, and a weekly from the Albury-Wodonga region on the New South Wales-Victoria border, the Albury Banner and Wodonga Express. In the weeks after Kristallnacht, the Sydney Morning Herald ran two editorials on the issue of Australian policy. The Intergovernmental Committee was intended to address the growing problem of Jewish refugees seeking to flee Nazi persecution by encouraging the countries participating in this conference to accept more refugees from Nazism. McEwen noted to the cabinet that 'If a Jewish problem is not to arise in Australia, with the attendant anti-Semitic feeling, a limit should be placed on the total number of Jews admitted annually'.