DANZIG: Sacrifice

When Adolf Hitler came to power in 1933, every patriotic young German eagerly looked to the day when Germany would eliminate the Polish Corridor which joins Poland to the Baltic and separates the flat lands of German East Prussia from the rest of Germany. In 1934. with many troubles on his back, Adolf Hitler shrewdly pacified one enemy by signing a treaty with Poland promising not to agitate the Polish Corridor question for another ten years, a treaty violently unpopular among Germans.

Fortnight ago Polish Foreign Minister Beck went to Berlin, conferred with...

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