GERMANY: Editing Hitler

From Germany last week arrived the first extensive report on a piquant subject, Adolf Hitler's grammar. As is well known to German editors and foreign correspondents, the Führer, at the height of his harangues, often leaves his prepared official text and soars off in silver-tongued bombast, only to become lost in the inversions of German sentence structure. Foreign newshawks watch for these flights to cable facetious cracks at the Führer's grammar. Vexed by such treatment, Hitler recently acted in defense of his eloquence. He set up no less than an Official...

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