Foreign News: Youth v. Jews

"The force of Youth at work in Europe is called Fascism in Italy and Hitlerism in Germany!" cried Great Britain's bristling Viscount Rothermere, hurrying back last week from Adolf Hitler's bailiwick at Munich to his roaring London newspresses. "In Britain as yet," he added dolefully, "it [Youth] has no name or organization, but it is working just as strongly here as anywhere! . . . It would be fatal folly to hold it [Youth] back."

Viscount Rothermere is 62, Benito Mussolini 47, Adolf Hitler 41. The more...

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