Nashua, New Hampshire, U.S.A.
12 April 1933 page 4.
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BERLIN, Apr. 12, (AP)—Chancel-
lor Hitlers regime turned its at-
tention today to whipping higher
education in Germany into line.
Resignations of the present
heads of universities in inevitable
under administrative changes be-
A new Prussian students code,
being made public today, abolishes
parliamentarism and substitutes
Nazi leadership. The Nazi prin-
ciple of making appointments from
above replaces popular selection
of student leaders.
The code will serve as a nation-
al model. It is based on racial
principle and will discriminate
against Jews and embrace Austrian
students in an all-German pro-
gram. Austrian and German stu-
dents already cooperate in the