The Boston Globe reports on historian Stephen Norwood’s research into Harvard’s questionable ties to Nazi minister Ernst Hanfstaengl.

From the article:

In contrast, the president of Williams College terminated relations with German universities, and New York University Chancellor Harry Woodburn Chase said in 1934 that it was the duty of all ”teachers, scientists and men of letters” to ”resist with all their power” Nazi higher education policies.

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