GERMANY: Terrorized Tourists

All over the Fatherland last week tourists leaped to their feet at sound of the Nazi anthem, raised their right arms as Nazi banners passed. They knew that five U. S. tourists who spoke no German had been beaten by Storm Troopers in quaint old Nuremberg for standing motionless and puzzled when ordered in German to salute.

Then at Munich there was the case of C. W. Woodside, instructor at the University of Toronto. His hotelkeeper heard him say to a fellow tourist, "I nearly got into trouble this...

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