Foreign News: British Talk

The British Government's hardest job last week was to convince Adolf Hitler that this time Britain means business, that when it signed a treaty last April to assist Poland in case of aggression it meant it. Even British cartoonists, like Middleton of the Birmingham Gazette, complained that the Nazis would pay no attention even to the direst warning a British statesman could give. Führer Hitler and his coterie obviously did not believe a word of it, and there were even non-Nazis who shared the Führer's skepticism. It was all very well to talk of...

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