GERMANY: Party Dress

The streets of picturesque Stuttgart were jampacked last week with 60,000 foreign-resident Germans, many from the U. S., gathered for the fifth Congress of Germans Abroad. But the stolid citizens of the town were not interested in the milling ansländer. Instead they pushed their way into the konditorei shops, gorged themselves on fancy cakes, coffee with plumes of whipped cream floating on top. For months, since stanch-bellied Minister President Hermann Goring inaugurated the Four-Year Plan for Nazi self-sufficiency, the Germans have been deprived of their whipped cream. In Munich, Berlin, where critical...

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