The Press: Baby Adolf

From a Sunday rotogravure page of the Chicago Tribune fortnight ago peered the faces of two small creatures. One was a pudgy-jowled monster. The other was a meek-looking infant with bangs. The ugly picture had a credit line — Acme Photo. The other one was credited to the German consulate in Chicago. Below the pictures was printed a copy of a letter from the Acting Consul General, Dr. Wilhelm Tannenberg, to the Tribune. Excerpts:

"In the Rotogravure section of the . . . Tribune of October 22, 1933 there appeared under the title...

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