Bavarian Official Charges Anti-semitism Reviving in Germany; Sees No Desire to Atone

The assertion that anti-Semitism is reviving in Germany was made here today by Dr. Thomas Dehler, prosecutor-general of Bavaria, in addressing a conference of the Union of Politically Persecuted Persons.

Declaring that no desire for atonement can be detected among the Germans, Dr. Dehler maintained that anyone daring to speak of German guilt toward the Jews is considered anti-national. He appealed for hospitality to the persecuted people of Eastern Europe.

Dr. Albert Stenzel, president of the League for Fighting Anti-Semitism, proposed new methods of education in schools and urged teachers and clergymen to use their influence in suppressing anti-Jewish hatred. He maintained that Jews have the right to obtain reparations not from the Allies but from German authorities.

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