Foreign News: Upswing Unprecedented

Ever since the German people got exactly what they wanted for a Chancellor exactly two years ago last week, the Fatherland has been expectant that next week or the week after beloved Adolf Hitler would arise and state his domestic program, his foreign policy or his religious views with clear precision. On the great Second Anniversary last week hopes were especially high. Full text of Der Reichsführer's speech, not broadcast because Orator Hitler was said to be "too hoarse", but printed by every newsorgan in the Fatherland so that no German should miss...

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