RUMANIA: Nazi Pay-Off

One of Hohenzollern King Carol's heaviest worries is the success of Germans in founding, financing and rapidly expanding a native Nazi party in Rumania. Last week the King's police swooped down on 20,000 Rumanian peasant Nazis at Kishineff looking for their paymaster. Several men seized at the Nazi rally proved to be Germans. Searched to the skin, one turned out to be a walking bundle of banknotes. When he was identified as Herr Friedrich Weber, correspondent in Rumania of Realmleader Hitler's personal newsorgan, Volkischer Beobachter ("People's Observer"), the King's police clapped him...

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