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{span}#n-aryan{/span} Doctors,{span}#obbed{/span} of Practice, Reduced to Beggary

The effects of ###i “deprofessionization” of Jewish ###ors in Germany are daily being more evident. As the Na#al Socialismus goes into its fifth ###th of power, earlier victims of German national revolution, their ###urces having dwindled to incon#rable sums, are striving to find ###e means of maintaining them-###es.### doctor who has recently come ### Berlin after taking inventory of ### ditions among former colleagues ### Germany, France and Holland re###s that bargain sales on Jewish ###ical skill throughout these coun###s have failed to attract sufficient ###ate patronage to maintain any ###a handful of ousted physicians, ###eons, and specialists. He des#es numerous instances in which ###-known doctors have been re###ed to virtual beggary.

###f 7,000 Jewish doctors through###Germany, approximately 3,000 ### been released from practice in ### country’s Krankenkasses, an in###nce system which provides for ### medical care of approximately ###ty percent of people living in ### many. As each week passes, ### dreds of other Jewish doctors ###curtly informed that they have ### ejected. It will be only a mat### of a few months until all but a ###irreplaceable Jewish specialists ### have been released.

{SPAN}###{/SPAN} ONE-THIRD QUIT GERMANY

{SPAN}###echnically{/SPAN} Jewish doctors who {SPAN}###e{/SPAN} fought in the world war for {SPAN}###{/SPAN} years on the German front are {SPAN}###g{/SPAN} allowed to retain their practice. {SPAN}###{/SPAN} other technicalities and provisos {SPAN}###{/SPAN} being introduced daily to {SPAN}coun###and{/SPAN} this order. Thus, one {SPAN}doc###{/SPAN} who spent much of his time at {SPAN}###{/SPAN} front in a military hospital, {SPAN}###re{/SPAN} severe body and leg wounds {SPAN}###ed{/SPAN} slowly, has been ousted. {SPAN}Be###e{/SPAN} he spent so much time in the {SPAN}###ital{/SPAN} he cannot be considered a {SPAN}###nt{/SPAN} Kampfer,” his Krankenkasse {SPAN}###harge{/SPAN} stated. Others are ejected {SPAN}###imsy{/SPAN} allegations of Communism. {SPAN}###ne-third{/SPAN} of the doctors already {SPAN}###ased{/SPAN} have left Germany. The {SPAN}###{/SPAN} are wondering where they can {SPAN}###{/SPAN} As reports of the failure of {SPAN}###{/SPAN} migrants drift back to {SPAN}Ger###espair{/SPAN} is setting in.

###y consider it impossible to re### in Germany. It is almost as ###eless to leave.

###ccording to the findings of the ###stigator now in Berlin, it is not ###ible for the average Jewish doc###o earn a living either in his pro###on or in other lines of endeavor. ###e have tried to become taxi ###ffeurs; but discrimination in the ###ting of licenses has thwarted ###e efforts.

{SPAN}###{/SPAN} TURN TO ARYAN M.DS.

{SPAN}###few{/SPAN}doctors are struggling {SPAN}###g{/SPAN} with meager private clienteles; {SPAN}###{/SPAN} pressure is being brought to {SPAN}bear###patrons{/SPAN} of Jewish doctors. {SPAN}Fear###assault,{/SPAN} private patients are {SPAN}turn###to{/SPAN} Aryan doctors.

### number of Jewish doctors in ###lin, Munich, Leipzig, Hamburg, ### other cities, have been trying to ###re any kind of labor that will ###ide food and shelter for their ###ilies. Unions, now under government control, will not counten###e their application for employ-###t. The dignity of the medical ###ession has been swept away in ###desperate efforts of Jewish doc### to provide for their wives and ###dren.###ot since the overthrow of the ###sian Czar has Europe had such ###gh type of panhandler. Accord###to the investigator a few for###ly prominent doctors, their money ###e, their possessions publicly auc###ed off for a fraction of their ###e, have been found seeking help ###he vicinity of the larger hotels ### Berlin.

###hose who have migrated to ###nce and Holland find it almost ###ad.

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