GERMANY: Broken Promise

Knocked into a cocked hat last week was the plan of the Intergovernmental Committee on Refugees for the orderly and systematic evacuation of Jews from Germany. Success of the plan depended on Adolf Hitler's two-weeks-old promise to observe a temporary truce in his anti-Semitic campaign while the $300,000,000 corporation to finance Jewish emigration was being set up. Last week Dictator Hitler bluntly broke his promise, permitted Berlin police to experiment with a new method for running Jews out of Germany and grabbing their property.

The Berlin method: to require each day the names of 100 Berlin Jews who will leave...

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