Berlin (Apr. 19)
The citizenship of 110 persons, the majority of them Jews, has been revoked, according to a new list published in the German Official Gazette today.
Prof. Ernst Mislowitzer, one of the few remaining Jewish professors in the German universities, was dismissed today from the Medical Faculty of the Berlin University.
The first elementary school for Jewish children only will be opened in Dresden on April 23, it was officially announced today, as a result of the campaign to segregate Jewish children from the general school system. The new school will open with four grades and will be expanded later into a full course school.
The Minister of Education of Saxony has approved the curriculum of the new school, the announcement says. The program of the school is to pay specific attention to religious teaching and to Jewish history and literature.
Dr. Alfred Neumeyer, president of the Federation of Jewish Communities in Bavaria, in a manifesto issued today celebrating the fifteenth anniversary of the Federation, emphasizes that the utmost must be done for the Jewish children who are to remain in Germany. Six thousand such children were graduated this week from German schools but they have nowhere to go since they are not accepted into higher schools.
NEW STUERMER OFFICE
The Stuermer, Germany’s most notorious anti-Jewish publication, announced today that it is opening new offices in Frankfurt-am-Main, where there is a considerable Jewish population. The announcement has caused fear among the Jews in Frankfurt. It is believed that the opening of a Stuermer office in this city, where the Jews form one of the oldest Jewish communities in Germany, will mark the extension of the Streicher propaganda to include the Frankfurt Jews.
The Westdeutscher Beobachter today publishes a report that the