Education: Cinder

Two years ago inquisitive Edward Yarnall Hartshorne, a young graduate student at the University of Chicago, went to Germany to see what had happened to higher education under Adolf Hitler. He asked so many questions that when he returned to the U. S., the Nazi Foreign Office kept an eye on him. Last week he planted a cinder in that eye when the University of Chicago issued his thoroughly documented report on Nazi higher education. Highlights of Dr. Hartshorne's inventory:

¶ In the first two years of Nazi rule, enrollment in German universities...

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