Berlin (Aug. 18)
There are in Germany many Jewish youth organizations which may carry on their work today without hindrance, exactly in the same way as in the past, Karl Nabersberg, leader of Section 4 of the Reich Youth Leadership, which comprises the youth organizations, declared in an interview with the Deutsche Zeitung. Nabersberg’s statement was in reply to a question as to which youth organizations in Germany, outside the Hitler movement, are permitted.
“The Jewish youth organizations,” he said, “are organized in the Reich Committee of Jewish Youth Organizations, whose leader is directly subordinate to our Section of Youth Federations. We have a large number of practical questions to discuss with the Committee of Jewish Youth Organizations, including the arrangements for summer camps for the groups.”