After guiding the U. S. Embassy in Berlin forcefully through a period too hot for an Ambassador,* urbane Charge d'Affaires George Gordon summed up his impression of the German people and their leaders: "Ever since they lost the War on the field of battle they have been trying to cry their way to Victory. Whatever happens they are the injured party. It often works." Last week this judgment of experience was again confirmed when howls of German grief went up at the release in London by Prime Minister James Ramsay MacDonald of...

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