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Ten Jewish Students Hurt in Nazi Riot at Cologne

The wave of Nazi student rioting, particularly aimed at Jewish students, today spread to the University of Cologne, when Nazi and Jewish students clashed during a Nazi meeting called to protest against the Versailles Treaty. The meeting was held despite the fact that the rector had forbidden it. He now claims that the disturbances growing out of the meeting were instigated by outsiders.

The trouble began when the Nazi students resented the alleged failure of Jewish students to remove their hats promptly enough during the singing of Deutschland ueber Alles. In the fracas that ensued ten Jewish students were seriously injured when the Nazis struck them over the head with iron bars.

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