Australian School Apologizes as Visiting Jewish Students Met By Pupil Dressed as Hitler
A school in the Australian outback town of Alice Springs has apologized to a delegation of visiting Jewish exchange students after they were confronted by a young boy who, dressed as Adolf Hitler, was taking part in a school project.
The principal of St Philip’s College, Roger Herbert, made the profuse apology and said his school deeply regretted the incident. It came after a group of exchange students from a Jewish school in the Victoria state capital of Melbourne, some 1,400 miles away, witnessed a special assembly for Book Week led by a student dressed as the Nazi leader. – READ MORE