Breslau (Jan. 10)
Professor Ernst Cohn, whose lectures at the University of Breslau have been the cause of repeated attack by the Nazis, will not resume his lectures when the vacations are over, it became known here yesterday.
This curtailment of Professor Cohn’s professorial rights is planned in order to avoid a repetition of the Nazi disturbances.
The University Senate, which meets at the end of the week, will, Professor Cohn believes, agree to afford him protection so that he may continue his teaching duties. The Nazi members of the faculty, however, are conducting an intensive agitation against the Jewish professor and seek to prevail upon the Senate to pass a verdict unfavorable to Professor Cohn.
Since the assumption of his duties last November, Professor Cohn has been the target of persistent attack by the Nazis. At first he was afforded protection by the University. Recently, however, the Senate and the Rector jointly issued a statement declaring that Professor Cohn’s lectures could no longer be tolerated because he had been