Foreign News: Terror

A nightmare to peace-loving Britons and Frenchmen is the vision of thousands of Nazi bombers thundering over London and Paris in wave after wave, blasting their populations to smithereens. Last September, in face of this horror, the fate of Czecho-Slovakia hardly seemed worth bothering about.

That Germany knows well that the stiffness of the British and French backbone is inverse to British fear of Nazi might was underlined last week by Air Marshal Hermann Wilhelm Goring, Nazi No. 2. A World War ace himself, Marshal Goring boasted that if the September crisis had resulted in a war, "a hell, an inferno would...

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