350 Jewish Students Have Returned to Newly-reopened German Universities
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350 Jewish Students Have Returned to Newly-reopened German Universities

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Three hundred and fifty Jewish students are enrolled at present in the newly-reopened German universities, it was revealed here over the week-end. Most of the Jewish students are living and eating in separate quarters.

The fallacy of Hitler’s race theories and the situation of the Jews in the DP camps in Germany and Austria are explained to the newly-arrived wives and families of American servicemen stationed in Europe, headquarters of U.S. Forces in the European Theatre has announced. The discussion is conducted as part of the Army’s four-hour orientation course given to all dependents of American officers and enlisted men.

The Joint Distribution Committee has announced that it is negotiating with the Czechoslovak Government for some 300,000 Jewish books recently discovered in a Nazi warehouse in Prague. The books, which are mostly texts, are needed for the reestablished schools in Jewish communities and DP camps. All of them still bear the stamp “Verboten.”

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