### the excitement of the present crisis, the German press stops long enough to record and to comment upon the death of Dr. Max Nordau, who is claimed by the German philosophers as of their school. Die Deutsche Allgemeine Zeitung emphasizes and deplores that Nordau’s genius found its expression only in the Zionist movement. Others, such as the TAGEBLATT and the VOSSISCHE avoid mention of Nordau’s Zionist activities. One of the paradoxes which Nordau may well have enjoyed is found in the accusation now being aired that Dr. Nordau was too well disposed to the French.
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