Until last week one hope of the harried Czechs was that after Germany annexed Sudetenland all Sudeten Nazis would stay in German territory with their Fuhrer Konrad Henlein, thus ending the Sudeten Nazi Party's activities within the Czechoslovak State. Last week in Prague up popped Sudeten Nazi No. 3, Ernst Kundt, who was Führer Henlein's mouthpiece in the now-adjourned Czechoslovak National Assembly. Confident that the mutilated republic does not dare talk back to Greater Germany, Nazi Kundt announced that he and seven other former Sudeten parliamentary representatives would stay in Czechoslovakia "to...

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