Official Report Concealed Anti-semitic Outrages in German Aviation School

(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

The official report of the German Federal Ministry of Communication concerning the mistreatment of Jewish students in the aviation school concealed the fact, is the charge made yesterday in the newspaper “Montag Morgen.”

The newspaper discloses that aviation students belonging to the Voelkische party dragged their Jewish fellow students from their beds at night, bound them hand and foot and subjected them to shameful indignities. The newspaper asks why those responsible for the outrages were punished only by enforced absence of eight days from the school which really amounted to nothing more than a vacation. According to the newspaper the responsibility for the anti-Semitic atmosphere in the school rests with Major Keller, who is a director of the school, and Lieutenant Zeisig. These two have made it a condition for applicants to prove that they are of Aryan origin, but, in order to ward off criticism, have admitted several Jewish students who were the object of the attacks.

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