Foreign News: Sons of Death

If in 1914 heroic King Albert had faced the Germans alone, suddenly deserted by the Great Powers as was Czechoslovakia this week, even the redoubtable Belgian Sovereign might have shown less courage, resourcefulness and firmness than did President Eduard Benes last week. Astonished Prague learned on Wednesday evening from press wires that Neville Chamberlain would fly on Thursday morning to Berchtesgaden, bitterly observed that the violent Sudeten German riots which broke out on Monday night, directly after Hitler's Nürnberg speech, had been quelled by police and gendarmes so effectively that at 7:30...

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