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April 06, 1973 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-04-06

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Mrs. Trepper Asks World Jews for Help on
LONDON (JTA) — Mrs. all over the world will con-
Elisabeth Trepper, wife of vince Polish _authorities there
the former head of the "Red is nothing to be gained by
Orchestra" said she hoped keeping her husband in War-
world public opinion, the saw.
Leopold Trepper, head of
campaign in Israel on her
husband's behalf and the the Soviet spy network in
campaign of Jewish groups occupied Europe during

Now...
Clear
Borscht
or with
beets!

The Jewish News—April 6, 1973—i

West Leads Israel
in Grad Job Rate

Husband's Behalf
World War II, has been try-
ing for more than a year to
obtain an exit visa for Israel.
She addressed a meeting of
the Association of Jewish
Writers and Journalists and
the World Jewish Congress
British Section.

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Israel lags . hehind the West
in the number of university
graduates entering the job
market each year despite
the fact that it has six major
institutions of higher learn-
ing serving a population of
barely 3,000,000.
Aryeh ∎ Gurel, director gen-
eral of the labor ministry
told the Kne ss et finance
committee that Israel must
gear its economy to absorb
more college graduates.
He said that 13.6 per cent
of the American labor force
is comprised of college grad-
uates and predicted that only
9 per cent of Israel's labor
force will be made up of
graduates five years from
now.

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German Jews' Slow Recognition
of Emerging Hitlerite Terror
Related in Trachtenberg Book

A very young girl's experi-
ences in Berlin on the eve
of and during the first years
of Hitler rule adds signifi-
cantly to the growing library
on the history of the Nazi
era.
Inge Trachtenberg calls her
work, "So Slow the Dawn-
ing," published by Norton, a
novel. Actually it is a record
of personal experiences, the
story of a family soon to be
uprooted, the roles of assimi-
lated Jews as well as the
traditional and their Chris-
tian neighbors.

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It is the story of the West-
heimer family before it was
able to escape, arriving in
Holland in July 1939. The
author herself was born and
raised in Berlin and now
lives in this country.
"So Slow the Dawning" is
told by Ellen Westheimer,
and the first-person account
tells about her own feelings
while the swastika began to
dominate, those of her fam-
ily, her mother's dislike of
Ostjuden while she hersi,M
befriended the Levys through
their daughter Steffi.
Thus we have the slow-
ness of a dawning, before
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similated Jews could com-
prehend the validity of the
Levys' Jewish loyalties and
their understanding of what
was emerging under Nazi
rule.
It is the realism of this
story that makes it an adden-
dum to historical writings.
What Ellen relates and Inge
Trachtenberg records is that
German Jews had their deep-
rooted prejudices, their dis-
like of Polish Jews, their op-
position to Zionism. They did
not understand what the ter-
ror was confronting them as
well as the first victims —
those who came from East-
ern Europe as immigrants.
It was the native German
Jew whose assimilation made
his realization of what was
transpiring so slow in com-
ing.
There was a measure of
compassion among some Ber-
liners, and the Westheimer
family, and Ellen had Chris-
tian friends. One was pre-
pared to convert and to
marry a young Jew.
While only the gebinnings
are recorded, some of the
incidents, the early arrests,
numerous incidents of vio-
lence, indicate the extent
of a terrifying beginning
which is described splendidly
in Inge Trachtenberg's "So
Clow the Dawning." —P.S.

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TEL AVIV (JTA) A Mo-
roccan army battalion arriv-
ed at the Syrian port of
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participate in "the fight
against Israel." Israeli offi-
cials dismissed the unit as a
military threat and suggested
that the dispatch of the troops
to Syria may have been in-
tended to reduce the threat
of a military coup against
King Hassan of Morocco.
According to Arab radio
broadcasts, the landing of
Moroccans in Syria repre-
sented a pledge by King Has-
san to share the burden of
the struggle against Israel
with Israel's neighbors. The
Moroccans will strengthen
the Syrian lines in the Golan
Heights, the Arab broadcasts
said.
Morocco sent troops to
Egypt when the Six-Day War
erupted but they arrived
after hostilities had ended.
Israeli sources noted that
Hassan, who has narrowly es-
caped several attempts on
his life and fears a military
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talion to Syria to keep it
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