GERMANY: Air & Sun

Fifteen years ago the diplomatic bricklayers at Versailles raised many a high wall around Germany. Since last year Nazi persecution of Jews and Communists has raised several new ones. Last week Prussia's Premier Hermann Willhelm Goring shouted: "The German nation needs room if it is not to suffocate. Germans, too, need air and sun."

Trade Wall. Sir Robert Mond, chairman of the British boycott committee, said last week at Samuel Untermyer's Yonkers, N. Y. home: "The boycott is highly successful. It is a stupendous uprising of outraged humanity. . . ."

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