Foreign News: Peace Army

If there has been one thing that Adolf Hitler thought he could count on, it has been the refusal of the British Government to send troops across the Channel to enforce order during the Saar plebiscite Jan. 13. Not only has the House of Commons been assured time & again by Foreign Minister Sir John Simon that no troops would be sent, but the entire British Press has been clamoring against the dispatch of a single Tommy overseas. Last week England, the inexplicable, the illogical and the...

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