The Week in Review

German Jews to take capital out of Germany, except when they go to Palestine. Jewish emigration from Germany would no doubt assume large proportions if the Jews were only given a chance to take along with them their money in order to adjust themselves to a new life in new countries.

That numerous countries would permit German Jews to enter if they only brought capital along with them was indicated last week by James G. McDonald, the League’s High Commissioner for Refugees, in a radio address broadcast over a national hookup in America. The settlement of German Jews in foreign countries depends upon the funds which can be provided by them or for them, he said.

The German Jews and the failure of their assimilationist tendencies to halt anti-Semitism, were cited at a convention of Jewish social workers in Lake Placid last week in support of the contention advanced that assimilation is no cure for anti-Jewish prejudice.

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