GERMANY: Intoxicated Man

Adolf Hitler spoke for 20 minutes over the German radio last week. Just eleven years ago, tired old Paul von Hindenburg, admitting Hitler and his henchmen to power, had said to them: "All right, gentlemen, let us proceed under God." Now, on the anniversary, Hitler was not a man to be laughed at, nor a foe to be scorned. All that he had to say about "the Red Menace" was familiar poison. But, gripped in the autointoxication of despair, he still knew how to seize his German listeners' hearts:

"That at the end of this struggle there will be victory for...

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