AT SEA: Price of Sanctuary

U. S. steamship brokers lately received a circular letter from one August Bolten, marine agent of Hamburg, Germany, calmly offering for charter or sale a dozen Nazi ships tied up in Western Hemisphere ports since war began. Herr Bolten said that these ships were available for "cash in U. S. dollars or other first-class neutral value." He found no quick takers in Manhattan, where idle U. S. tonnage was still seeking employment, and where everyone is well aware that the Allies will not recognize any shifts of nationality made by German ships after...

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