by Julius Hoste - 1944
Under the Nazi régime education in Germany has fallen into a decline. It turns out fanatics who are capable of any and every crime, for which they plead reasons of State; but it does not produce men who can claim any sort of kinship with civilization. We do not believe that this disastrous tendency can have gained a hold on the young people of the occupied countries of Europe; but all who concern themselves with educational problems realize that the outstanding reform called for is a moral one. We have to train up a generation with a higher conception of its civil and social duties.
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