Berlin (Jul. 26)
Sixteen Jewish youths and their teacher were arrested in Braunschweig Monday night by uniformed Nazi storm troopers, taken forcibly to Nazi headquarters there and viciously assaulted. One of the Jewish youths was beaten to death, succumbing immediately after the assault.
The arrests occurred after two Nazis reported to their leaders that they had heard one of the students outside the Jewish school making insulting remarks about Paul Josef Goebbels, Nazi Minister of Propaganda and Public Enlightenment.
Immediately after the Nazis received this report they organized a group, marched to the school and raided the building in the midst of evening classes in Hebrew and Yiddish culture. They arrested the entire class.