that their strength lay chiefly in the domain of commerce and in intellectual pursuits. In Hitlerite Germany the most ruthless persecution of Jewish intellectuals was carried out with savage cruelty. And even in the field of sports the Nazis humiliated and barred the Jewish champions.
The news of Max Baer’s victory is sure to displease the Nazis. The fact that Baer defeated Primo Carnera, the Italian world champion, and that Baer had also defeated Max Schmeling, the former German world champion, will in all likelihood be construed by the Nazis as a Jewish conspiracy against both Fascism and Nazism.
Max Baer’s film was recently banned in Germany on the ground that the Nazis must not be permitted to see Jewish artists or Jewish pugilists.
Now, to be consistent, the Nazis who barred most of the Jewish scientists from the universities and the hospitals, should refuse to avail themselves of any contributions made to medical science by such German Jews as Ehrlich, Wassermann, Minkowski and hundreds of other Jews who have worked for humanity.
They should also give up all the discoveries made by Jews in every field of human endeavor, including the contribution made to science by the late Fritz Haber, the discoverer of the process for the fixation of nitrogen, which was of immense value to Germany during the War.
Germany has driven out her foremost scientists and artists, if they themselves, or their wives or even their grandmothers happened to be Jewish. They should also forbid the sick Nazi “Aryans” to profit by “non-Aryan” cures.