GERMANY: Dirks Into Swords

Because nobody said they were bombing planes, a fleet of German military aircraft wheeling over Berlin fortnight ago were mere circumstantial evidence that Aviation Minister Hermann Wilhelm Goring had broken the Treaty of Versailles which denies all military aircraft to Germany. Last week, five days before Realmleader Hitler made the treaty a scrap of paper (see p. 20), General Göring gave direct evidence. He announced that Germany has long had a military air force, merged it formally with the Reichswehr, announced himself as "General of the Flyers."

The flyers used to wear baggy...

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