Education: To Prussia

To the State of Prussia a gift of 80,000 volumes, library of Professor Ernesto Quessada, University of Buenos Aires. Despite protests of the Argentine Government, the professor—unpopular wartime defender of Germany—persisted in his gift, with grateful memories of student days.

When Prussia was imperial, Prince Henry of Prussia made a munificent gift of books to Harvard. Today Prussia is glad enough to receive gifts. Budding scholars who once made Germany their goal, alienated by the war, are going to France, to England, or are staying in the U. S.


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