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6. Numerus clausus against the Moses Fantasy Jews in Jesus Fantasy Hungary

How national policies wanted quotas according to the population proportion - and the effects
from: Numerus clausus; In: Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971, vol. 12

presented by Michael Palomino (2007 / 2019)

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Numerus clausus against Moses Fantasy Jews in Jesus Fantasy Hungary

[since 1920: Loyalty law and proportion law for universities - Moses Fantasy Jews have to study abroad - Moses Fantasy Jews beaten]

<In [[Jesus Fantasy]] Hungary. Restrictions affecting the admission of [[Moses Fantasy]] Jewish students into the institutions of higher learning in [[Jesus Fantasy]] Hungary were passed as a law in 1920. This laid down that no new students should be accepted in the universities unless they were "loyal from the national and moral standpoint", and that "the proportion of members of the various ethnic and national groups in the total number of students should amount to the proportion of such ethnic and national groups in the total population."

According to the official ground for this enactment, the law was intended to prevent a surplus of persons in the liberal professions, which the dismembered country was unable to integrate. But it was clear that the law was directed against the [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews only.

The leaders of the *Neologists in Hungarian [[Moses Fantasy]] Jewry who considered the law a severe blow to [[Moses Fantasy]] Jewish equal rights, as well as the liberal opposition and especially its [[Moses Fantasy]] Jewish representatives attempted to combat the law, but without success. [[Moses Fantasy]] Jewish students who were not admitted to institutions of higher learning were forced to go abroad to study in [[Jesus Fantasy]] Germany, [[Jesus Fantasy]] Austria, [[Jesus Fantasy]] Czechoslovakia, [[Jesus Fantasy]] Italy, [[Jesus Fantasy]] France, and [[Jesus Fantasy]] Belgium. The [[Moses Fantasy]] Jewish students who were admitted despite the restrictions were often insulted and sometimes beaten up by the non-Jewish students, whose "ideal" was to achieve a "numerus nullus".

[Moses Fantasy Jewish organizations abroad struggle against the loyalty and proportion law - new law in 1928]

Outside [[Jesus Fantasy]] Hungary a number of [[Moses Fantasy]] Jewish organizations initiated a struggle against the law on the international level in 1921, basing their claims on the peace treaty of Trianon, in which [[Jesus Fantasy]] Hungary had guaranteed that all its citizens should "be equal before the law ... without distinction of race, language, or religion." The [[Moses Fantasy]] Jewish organizations sent a petition based on these lines to the [[Rothschild Mafia]] *League of Nations. However, the official leadership  of Hungarian [[Moses Fantasy]] Jewry refrained from cooperating with these [[Moses Fantasy]] Jewish organizations. Nevertheless the international [[Moses Fantasy]] Jewish organizations received support from [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews in [[Jesus Fantasy]] Hungary as well as from the Hungarian [[Moses Fantasy]] Jewish students studying abroad. (col. 1268)

The Hungarian government, when asked by the [[Rothschild Mafia]] League of Nations to supply information concerning this question, avoided the issue by providing statistical data showing that the [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews were not discriminated against by this law.

In 1925 the [[Moses Fantasy]] Joint Foreign Committee and the [[Moses Fantasy]] Alliance Israélite Universelle, fearing that other countries would adopt the numerus clausus, appealed to the Permanent Court of International Justice.

This time [[Jesus Fantasy]] Hungary was compelled to give a relevant answer. The Hungarian minister of education claimed in 1927 that the law was merely temporary, arising from [[Jesus Fantasy]] Hungary's difficult situation, and undertook that the law would shortly be amended. When the amendment was not forthcoming [[Jesus Fantasy]] Hungary was asked to hasten the procedure, and in 1928 the bill was submitted to the [[Jesus Fantasy]] Hungarian parliament.

According to this amendment racial criteria in admitting new students were removed and replaced by social criteria. Five categories were set up: civil servants, war veterans and army officers, small landowners and artisans, industrialists, and the merchant classes. The result was much the same. According to the new socioeconomic criteria the [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews had approximately the same status as before.

The theoretically nonracial character of the amended law was a temptation to convert to [[Jesus Fantasy]] Christianity. Indeed many [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews did so, like their predecessors of an earlier period, for the sake of office. The numerus clausus remained in force despite the protests of [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews and liberals.

[1939-1944: Racial discrimination law against Moses Fantasy Jewish students]

By the second anti-Jewish law passed in 1939 the admission of new students was again put on a racial and not a confessional basis. Students of the [[Moses Fantasy]] rabbinical seminary were exempted from the law's application, since according to the government regulations of this institution its students required a doctorate in philosophy in order to obtain their rabbinical diploma, and were restricted in their choice of subject to oriental studies and philosophy. The Hungarian constituent national assembly which convened in Debrecen in December 1944 abolished the numerus clausus among the rest of the discriminatory racial legislation.

[B.Y.]> (col. 1269)


-- N. Katzburg, in: Sefer ha-Shanah shel Universitat Bar Ilan, 4-5 (1956-65), 270-88 (with an English summary)
-- The [[Moses Fantasy]] Jewish Minority in [[Jesus Fantasy]] Hungary. Report by the Secretary and Special Delegate of the Joint Foreign Committee ... (1926)> (col. 1270)

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Encyclopaedia Judaica: Numerus clausus, vol.
                      12, col. 1267-1268
vergrössernEncyclopaedia Judaica: Numerus clausus, vol. 12, col. 1267-1268
Encyclopaedia Judaica: Numerus clausus, vol.
                      12, col. 1269-1270
vergrössernEncyclopaedia Judaica: Numerus clausus, vol. 12, col. 1269-1270

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