Foreign News: Statesman v. Thunderer

Although no one suspects Major the Hon. John Jacob Astor, proprietor of the London Times and brother-in-law of famed Nancy, of having taken "Nazi gold," his great journal has gradually become sufficiently pro-German to provoke international reactions. Not long ago that famed "Thunderer," the Times, editorialized:

"It was a crude blunder in the peace treaties to forbid the union of German Austria with the German Republic. ... It will be safer policy to expect and allow for the expansion of German interests along lines which it is patently destined to follow. ... If there...

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