Foreign News: Hitler's Inning

Sessions of the German Reichstag have been few and far between since the Nazis came to power. In the last six years obedient Nazi deputies have been called together only ten times and on each occasion for only one purpose: to act as a sounding board while Führer Adolf Hitler solemnly explains some high Nazi policy to his nation and the world.

Four times the Führer has delivered before the Reichstag, generally on January 30, the anniversary of the Nazis' coming to power, a long, serious "state-of-the-nation" speech. Six extraordinary sessions have been called....

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