Foreign News: Certain Obligations

Teuton blood courses through many veins in the British Dominion of the Union of South Africa and, during the long-brewing international crises between Czechoslovakia and Germany, cagey Premier James Barry Munnick Hertzog has refused to commit himself for or against the Nazis. But last week, as events in Europe rolled toward war, the Premier indulged in a sudden burst of loyalty to the Mother Country, personally took to the Assembly floor to oppose a pro-Nazi deputy's motion that South Africa refuse to support Britain if war comes. 'T am still very confident that...

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