Education: What Lessons for Losers?

One great United Nations concern is the future of Axis educational systems. Britain's Baron Vansittart of Denham advocates supervision of German schools by 1,000 or so United Nations inspectors, who would aim to raise a generation of woolly lambs fit to lie down with any lion. Last week a similar idea was expressed in Princeton's Public Opinion Quarterly by Gregor Athalwin Ziemer, who once ran the American Colony School in Berlin (1928-39), then wrote Education for Death (Hitler's Children on the screen). Said Ziemer :

"The supervision, the actual administration of the German schools,...

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