Berlin (Dec. 27)
The possibility that the German-Jewish question will come up for discussion during the January session of the League of Nations continues to worry the German press. A syndicated editorial in the powerful and widespread Hugenberg newspapers suggests that the League spend its time watching Polish infringement of minority rights in Upper Silesia rather than watch Germany, where the Jewish minority, it declares, suffers no discrimination.
The editorial vehemently denies the existence of discriminations against the Jewish children in the Upper Silesian schools. Jewish children are not forced to occupy separate benches, a practice common in Germany itself, the editorial declares.
Only a few days ago the German ### with ### that all was well in Upper Silesia, and that the rights enjoyed by the Jews before the advent of Hitlerism had been restored. Germany is concerned at the prospect of being forced to answer to the League to charges of having violated promises of non-discrimination against Upper Silesian Jews, despite the fact that Germany #is no longer a member of the League.