GERMANY: One Thing Or Another

The German Reichstag, its membership now swollen to 855 members by the addition of Ostmark (Austrian) and Sudeten deputies, met in Berlin's Kroll Opera House one night early this week to hear the address of Führer Adolf Hitler on the occasion of the sixth anniversary of Nazi rule. While Germans listened with pride at the recital of past Nazi victories, an anxious world combed the speech for cues as to what Nazi moves could be next expected.

The cues were not long in coming, and they were sensational. They did not please either France or Britain. First, Herr Hitler...

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