Foreign News: Scandal in Bohemia

Before Prague's leading railway station there had stood since 1928 a statue of the scholarly Democrat, Woodrow Wilson, a gift of U.S. Czechs. Flowers were often strewn at its base by ardent Czechs in tribute to President Wilson's part in founding the CzechoSlovak Republic. Last week it was carted away by order of Adolf Hitler's blood-drenched chief executioner, Reich Protector Reinhard Heydrich of Bohemia-Moravia.


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