The Press: Host Angered

Nazi Germany probably is more confused today than it has been since the days in 1933 when the Hitler Government first came to power. . . . Submarine crews in Hamburg have been refusing to leave on trips unless they are released from the necessity of coming to the surface before torpedoing belligerent commercial vessels. . . . For some time certain persons have been firmly convinced that Germany intended to invade The Netherlands. . . It was learned today that the conservative Army high command flatly refused to countenance any such action. ....

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