INTERNATIONAL: Smoking Secrets

When two U. S. Senators were charged with accepting many thousands of dollars "from Moscow," when a sheaf of documents was produced to prove their guilt (TIME, July 22, 1929), it was Berlin Correspondent H. R. Knickerbocker of the New York Evening Post who exposed the European forgers of the "Red Documents," roused German courts to clap them into jail. Last week famed Correspondent Knickerbocker sent from Berlin to Manhattan some despatches so startling that, should fire follow their smoke, he would become a very celebrated correspondent indeed. He said he had...

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