Foreign News: Egg Work

Italy's expulsions of Jews (see p. 30) represented Il Duce's idea of "the cheapest way" to keep his relations with Der Führer close & friendly while at the same time the Premier made clear that last week he was neither backing nor encouraging a German move into Czechoslovakia—quite the reverse. Less interested in downing Jews than in upping Italians, Benito Mussolini has long pursued a campaign to make his countrymen proud of their race, turn Italians with an inferiority complex into "Romans." The Moscow News's cartoonist observed in this move definite signs of...

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