GERMANY: Aryans on Horseback

Prussia's martinet Premier, beefy General Hermann Wilhelm Goring, would rather see Jews support racehorses than other Jews. Though famed as an ace aviator, General Goring agrees with his cavalry friends that a man on horseback should be a cut above other men. Last week he decreed that in the State of Prussia (which is nearly two-thirds of Germany) all jockeys and drivers of horses on Prussian racetracks must be Aryans. Jews may still own racehorses, enter them in Prussia's smartest meets, even win prizes—but Aryans must ride.

Asked about "gentlemen riders" General Goring...

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