Law to Prevent Overcrowding in German Schools Limits Non-Aryan Students to 1.5% Hot

Law to Prevent Overcrowding in German Schools Limits Non-Aryan Students to 1.5%

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The "Law Against Overcrowding of Germany Schools and Universities," designed to ostensibly prevent overcrowding in schools, limits the number of non-Aryan students in institutions of higher education to just 1.5%.

 

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