GERMANY: Colonial Affairs

Likely Germans ambitious to work as colonial administrators after Adolf Hitler secures overseas territory for the Reich have been studying for some years in the first two German colonial schools at Rensburg and Witzhausen. Last week another such school was opened at Ladeburg by Lieut. General Franz Xaver Ritter von Epp, who is "the Deputy of the Führer for Colonial Affairs."

"We will never attempt to solve the colonial problem by military force," barked General von Epp. "When Hitler told Chamberlain at Berchtesgaden, and again at Godesberg, that the colonial question remained...

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