Foreign News: Iron Men

Four Teutons, each famed as an "Iron Man" at one time or another, clashed last week and clanked.

Iron Adolf Hitler, Fascist victor in the last election (TIME, Sept. 22), warned iron President Paul von Hindenburg that if iron Chancellor Heinrich Brüning again dissolves the Reichstag and continues to rule Germany under the "emergency clause" (Article 48) of the Constitution, "then the Brüning Government is illegal and will provoke a large part of the German people also to resort to illegal methods."

Chancellor Brüning stuck to his threat, hammered out for enactment (by decree,...

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