No Jew Entered Universities in Reich in 1934

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Not a single Jewish student was admitted to German universities during the academic year 1933-1934, an official report of the Reich’s Ministry of Education shows.

The report, made public today, says that among the 87,000 students now attending the universities in Germany there are only 590 Jews, of whom no more than 13 are actually attending classes. Among the 15,000 women students there are 223 Jewesses registered, but none is attending classes.

LISTED BEFORE HITLER

Most of the Jewish students figuring in the lists were registered before Hitler came to power. The data of the Ministry of Education discloses that in 1932, before Hitler came to power, there were 3,950 non-”Aryan” students in the German universities. In 1933 their number was reduced to 1900. This year not a single non-”Aryan” student has been admitted.

The Westdeutsche Beobachter, the leading Nazi paper in Western Germany, declares today that the reason why the Nazi government is still permitting certain categories of Jewish lawyers to practice is merely to give the Jews a chance to be represented in court by their own Jewish lawyers. “But,” the paper adds, “if Germans go to Jewish lawyers for advice, they are committing a crime against the nation.”

An official report published today discloses that among the 18,780 lawyers registered on January 1, 1935, in the Reich, there were 2,736 non-”Aryans.” A total of 1,092 non-”Aryan” lawyers are still members of the Berlin chamber of law, the report says.

The names of a number of peasants in Neuezenheim were posted today on a public pillory “for continuing to deal with Jews.”

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