Adolf Hitler had one of his better tantrums last week. Once more the pudgy but intuitive little Führer put the fear of Wotan into baffled British statesmen, and once more France was a prey to apprehensive fury as the Berlin-Rome Axis
(TIME, May 17) hourly bored deeper and more ruthlessly this week into the Spanish Civil War.
Always unexpected are Hitler tantrums. The British Foreign Office last week was counting hopefully on easing of European tension after the visit of German Foreign
Minister Baron Constantin von Neurath, a diplomat of the old regime and...