NEW YORK: Trouble

No great shakes as a chemist was simple, earnest Fritz Kuhn. But he had a hero. One man he honored above all men: Mein Fuhrer.

Settled in a strange, silly, democratic land, what could Fritz Kuhn do to show his devotion? With great energy and great devotion but not with great success, he did what he could: he collected $2,300 for Reich relief, had a Golden Book signed by 6,000 loyal U. S. Nazis, and carried the book to Hitler. Mein Führer received the gifts and—what was more—let Fritz Kuhn be photographed with him.

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