GREAT BRITAIN: Apparatus Oiled

The olive branch of peace that Neville Chamberlain said he had brought back from Munich was little more than two months old last week and had already begun to lose its foliage. In fact, Mr. Chamberlain was clutching not much more than a bare stick as he watched the "appeased" Germans unleash their full brutality against the Jews and agitate revolution in Rumania (see p. 15), as he watched the Rumanians shoot and jail their own Nazis, as he watched two wars still going on while French and Italians were worried about another...

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