LISBON (Sep. 28)
Segregation of Jews in the Lublin reservation and in walled ghettos is only a temporary expedient Germany is employing until it is able to proceed with the complete expulsion of Jews from all Europe, according to an article by Dr. Hohberg, a member of the Reichsinstitute for History of the New German, in Das Reich, German monthly, reaching here today.
The Nazis plan to deport all Jews to an isolated spot where they will be out off from the rest of the world, Hohberg states, although he does not reveal the location of this spot which apparently has not yet been selected by the Nazis. “If Jews are capable of existing in their own state created by their own citizenry they will be able to show this when the Reich transports them to the place which will be selected, but Jewish citizenship in foreign countries is ended forever in Europe,” the article declares.
Asserting that the German policy provides for “complete separation” of Germans and Jews, Hohberg describes the present restrictive measures as “only a step on the way to a new goal.” The Nazi professor compares the present situation with that of the Middle Ages and points out that the ghetto policy failed then since it enabled Jews to penetrate into the economic life of Europe and to finally win emancipation. Scoring this as “medieval tolerance”Hohberg promises that Germany will not countenance such a policy today.