Berlin (Apr. 26)
The Hitler cabinet has at last delivered the official dictum on the limitation of Jewish students in high schools and colleges. The long threatened numerus clausus, reducing Jewish attendance in the schools of higher learning according to the Jewish proportion of the population, is now made law by an edict of the Nazi cabinet. The new law provides that only one and one-half per cent of the students may be non-Aryan.
Wherever the percentage of Jewish students already exceeds this quota, the enrollment of new pupils of the non-Aryan type must be completely discontinued, and the number of Jewish students in attendance must be reduced, for the time being, to five per cent. This means that expulsions will take place in many schools and universities.