German Tots Infected with Racial Venom

Six-year-old school tots in Germany are taking to the virus of anti-Semitism and are aping their elders in caluminating the Jews.

This was revealed in a resume of a class hour written by a teacher in a Nuremberg school. Nuremberg is the stronghold of the arch anti-Semite Julius Streicher, who recently was deposed by Hitler as overlord of Franconia.

The report, published in the Frankische Tagezeitung, is typical of the younger Nazi mentality in its attack upon “non-Aryans.”

TYPICAL QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

“How do we know the Jews?” the teacher asked the class.

“The Jews have a crooked nose,” replied the youngsters.

“Teacher, I know a proverb,” exclaimed one tot, “the Jews have crooked noses which they can blow like trumpets.”

“The name of crooked nose did not please me,” the teacher quotes himself as saying. “I wanted a better and more suitable name for it.” At this point a little fellow called out: “The Jews have a large cucumber.”

Another called out, “The Jews have perspiring feet.”

Then little Hans B. got a bad conscience. Fearfully he whispered, “Mr. Teacher, I too have perspiring feet.” I consoled him by saying that he isn’t a Jew by a long shot.

“The Jews are on the whole not Germans,” exclaimed another youngster, the report continued.

“Good gracious, how do you know that?” asked the teacher.

“My father told me that.”

“Bravo!”

“The Jews are scoundrels!”

“How so?”

“Because they always defraud.”

ARITHMETIC A LA NAZI

In the next lesson, continues the report, it was planned to take up {SPAN}arit###etic{/SPAN}, writing and drawing. One little one attempted to add by means of Adolf Hitler in the following manner;

“Two Hitlers and two Hitlers are four Hitlers!”

“But, children, that will not do; we have only one Hitler!”

“Three Streichers and two Streichers are five Streichers!”

“Three Jews and three Jews are six Jews!”

“That goes, but the task does not please me. Would we not rather subtract? There are six Jews living in our town. Four emigrate. How many remain?”

“Two.”

“Then count!”

“Six Jews, four left, two remain! Then the two also emigrated.”

“Two Jews left—two Jews remained; none are left.”

In this manner arithmetic was taught and at the end of each assignment no Jews were left.

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