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Suspend Professor for Anti-semitism

October 14, 1928
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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

Dr. Lemke, professor of national economics at the Danzig Technical Institute, was suspended for one year because of injecting anti-Semitic propaganda in his lectures.

The action of the dean was taken when Dr. Lemke’s anti-Semitic inclinations became apparent due to his failing Jewish students in examinations he gave.

Jewish students in the institute constitute five percent of the student body.

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