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December 25, 1981 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-12-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Doctors in Israel

Axel Springer Adds $100,000 to Brandeis Gift

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Some 74.7 percent of all doc-
WALTHAM, Mass. —
tors trained in Israel since
Axel
Springer, the German
1951 are practicing their
publisher, has given a gift of
profession in Israel.
Prof. Moshe Privess did a $100,000 to Brandeis Uni-
study which showed that versity.
In 1968, Dr. Abram L.
2,381 doctors trained in Is
Sachar,
who was complet-
rael practice there, 625
went abroad (13.7 percent) ing his 20th year as found-
and he was unable to locate ing president of Brandeis,
read a newspaper report
167.
Prof. Privess says his that Springer had offered
study refutes reports of a 1,000,000 Marks to Israeli
medical exodus from Israel. Prime Minister David

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to the United States to
explore Sachar's pro-
posal.
In the ensuing dis-
cussions Sachar suggested
that it would be fitting for
Springer to establish at the
university a chair in con-
temporary history. Agree-
ment brought $250,000 (in
1968, the cost of an endowed
chair) and the Ottilie
Springer Chair in contem-
porary European history
(named for Springer's
mother).
For the official installa-
tion of the chair, Springer
came to Brandeis and a
warm, personal relation-
ship between him and Sac-
har was established.
Springer was Sachar's host
on visits to Germany. When
Sachar retired as president
of Brandeis, he was pre-

sented with a decoration
from the West German gov-
ernment for the Brandeis
initiative in the reconcila-
tion with the post-Hitler
German people.
All this set the stage for
the recent Sachar-Springer
meeting which took place in
Boston about a month ago.
As Sachar recalls, Springer
almost immediately
broached the subject of the
chair, conjectured that in-
flation had surely di-
minished the impact of the
endowment, and promised
to add the equivalent of
$100,000 to it.
Brandeis
President
Marver H. Bernstein stated
that this new support would
be of "significant help in
enhancing the university's ,
excellence in the teaching of
modern European history."

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LONDON (ZINS) — The
Zionist Federation in Lon-
don has sent a letter of pro-
test to the British Broad-
casting Corp. for a televi-
sion program comparing
Iranian religious fun-
damentalists with Israel's
religious parties.
The program compared
religious demonstrations in
Israel and Iran.

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AXEL SPRINGER

Ben-Gurion to help start an
art museum in Israel.
Springer, who was one of
Chancellor Konrad
Adefiauer's top advisers,
had built a major publish-
ing empire. An anti-Nazi
who was saved from arrest
by a misdiagnosis of a ter-
minal illness, he felt deep
sorrow and shame over the
Holocaust which spurred
his offer; an act of contrition
to perhaps form the basis for
reconciliation between the
German people and the
Jewish state.
Sachar was impressed.
He wrote a letter to
Springer explaining that
Brandeis was the only
Jewish-sponsored, nonsec-
tarian university in the
United States. As such,

Sachar said it was strong
symbol for the American
Jewish community and ex-
pressed the hope that
through the university
Springer would want to ex-
tend his efforts at reconcili-
ation to the Jews of
America.
Sachar recalls being
resigned to "the usual
perfunctory handling of
a letter from a stranger."
However, with in a week,
there was a trans-
Atlantic call from Ernst
Cramer, special assistant
to Springer. Cramer, a
Jew, who had served in
Germany on the Ameri-
can General Staff and
after the war in the mili-
tary government before
going to work for
Springer, said that he
had been delegated to fly

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