GERMANY: Bears, Monkeys & Goring


Bears, Monkeys & Göring

Ever since charges of cruelty to humans began to be bandied against Nazi Storm Troops, members of the Hitler Government have come out strongly on all occasions against cruelty to animals.

Throughout Germany the profession of exhibiting a dancing bear has been banned (TIME, April 17) and Italians with monkeys on strings have been streaking out of Germany.

In Berlin last week the Government promulgated, to take effect Jan. 2, 1934, "the strictest law in the world against cruelty to animals" according to the Ministry of Propaganda and Public Enlightenment....

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