GERMANY: New Disorder

New Disorder

Last week Adolf Hitler's little conquered peoples kept bravely bucking his "new order" in Europe.

In The Netherlands strikes and riots led to the killing of six civilians in a clash between the police and what Nazis called "disturbers of the peace." So violent was the atmosphere that the Amsterdam area was put under martial law by blond, chisel-featured Nazi General Friedrich Christiansen, former darling of Hermann Göring's Air Force. He ordered strikers back to work the next day, prohibited public assembly, political-party activity and insignia, threatened general penalties of...

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