Foreign News: Shabby Treatment

Scores of German "journalists," far outnumbering those of any other nationality, live in Great Britain, but relatively few have ever been seen at a press conference or been known to ask for an interview. British newspapers have long buzzed with reports that there are 500 Nazi agents in

Britain engaged in terrorizing refugees and, with threats of harm to relatives in Germany, coercing German-born servants in garrison centres to ferret out scraps of military information. One of the duties of these "journalists" is supposed to be to supply Berlin with the names, characteristics and political opinions of every German resident in Great...

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