Integral part of Adolf Hitler's technique of getting his way in Europe is the use of "military diplomacy." At the psychological moment troops will be massed at weak frontiers, conferences of Generals will be held, inspired stories will be printed telling of fleets of German planes ready to take off and blast Paris and London to bits with newly invented high-pressure bombs. Last week British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, announcing the date of Parliament's adjournment for a three months' vacation, boasted that "there is every indication that Britain's newly regained power is...

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