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  • News Brief

    There will be an increase in the anti-Semitic tendencies of the government authorities, should Adolph Hitler’s visit to Berlin next week bring about the participation of the Nazis in the cabinet, leaders of the Central Union of German Citizens of the Jewish Faith point out. An out and out government policy of anti-Semitism will not… More ▸

  • Nazis Bar Reinstated Jews from Courts, Warn Against Them in Silesia

    Five Jews who had been reinstated as attorneys, were forcibly dragged out of the courthouse at Duisberg when an organized mob invaded the building to demonstrate against the readmission of the Jews to the bar, it was learned today. Other Jews in the building were compelled to escape through the basement after an unsuccessful attempt… More ▸

  • Dr. Rosmarin Asks Minister of Justice to Appoint Jews As Judges

    Dr. Heinrich Rosmarin, vice-president of the Club of Polish Jewish Deputies, yesterday appealed to the Minister of Justice to give consideration to the appointment of Jews to the bench as magistrates and judges. In the past Jews have been ignored in the matter of these appointments, said Dr. Rosmarin. The discrimination against the appointment of… More ▸

  • News Brief

    Adolph Hitler’s Nazi Party is in serious financial straits, with debts estimated to total a More ▸

  • Polish Jews Federation Cheers Robinson Stand, Ends Annual Convention

    Four hundred delegates to the annual convention of the Federation of Polish Jews in America paid high tribute to Senators Robinson, Copeland, Metcalf, Wagner, Hatfield, and Walsh for the latter’s attack against Nazi anti-Semitism on the floor of the Senate Saturday. Hitler’s attitude toward German Jewry was roundly denounced by speakers at the Sunday conference;… More ▸

  • J. D. B. News Letter

    Soviet Russian authorities have renewed the “dollar inquisition” and are making their victims large numbers of Jews, Chaim Nachman Bialik, famous Hebrew poet, informed the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Bialik, who is the head of a Tel Aviv Committee, seeking to arouse public opinion to act against the recurrence of the “inquisition”, stated that he has… More ▸

  • Social Workers, Executives, Teachers, End Sessions; Billikopf to Head Conference

    For the first time in the history of conventions of the National Conference of Jewish Social Service, a bitter contest arose over the election of a president, with the result that a compromise candidate was chosen. The contest over the presidency caused a serious division in the ranks of the delegates. The battle developed when… More ▸

  • Professor Harold Laski to Lecture at Yale University

    Professor Harold Laski, noted political scientist, has accepted the invitation of Yale University to deliver the Storrs Lectures on Law in 1933. Professor Laski, who is associated with the London School of Economics of London University, will come to the United States in time to begin his lecture series in March. This will not be… More ▸