Hitler's Professors: The Part of Scholarship in Germany's Crimes Against the Jewish People

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Yale University Press, 1946 - Antisemitism - 291 pages
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Page 7 - were to a large extent people of long and high standing, university professors and academy members, some of them world famous, authors with familiar names and guest lecturers abroad, the kind of people Allied scholars used to meet and fraternize with at international congresses.
Page 12 - Jewish physics which . . . came into being during the last three decades and has been made and publicized both by Jews and by their non-Jewish pupils and imitators appropriately found its high priest in a Jew, in Einstein. Jewish advertising wanted to make him the greatest natural scientist of all times. Einstein's theories of relativity, however, in essence were nothing but a heaping of artificial formulae on the basis of arbitrary definitions and transformations of the space and time coordinates....
Page 6 - History does not record a crime ever perpetrated against so many victims or one ever carried out with such calculated cruelty.
Page 17 - Two groups deserve the place of honor among those who made their scholarship subservient to the Nazi ends: the . . . biologists and the jurists. . . . The jurists . . . spared no effort in molding the abstiuse ideas of the new rulers into clear-cut articles of law and directives and in defending the legality of the measures taken.

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