Specifics about a German Jewish student attending Eton College in the 1920s
I'm pretty sure Jewish students were technically allowed at Eton by the '20s, but I'm wondering about how a German Jew would've been treated by others at the school--not well, I'd assume, given that the war had just ended. Specifically, would they be permitted to/forced to skip chapel or other religious services? Seems like a small question, but I can't find any definitive answer and it's important for what I'm writing. ;) I've Googled every relevant combination of words, searched the Eton website and also ctrl-f'd this book and this book. Please & thanks!