Britain's Variety Artists' Federation last week voted that, for ten
years after the war, none of its members shall appear in any show on
the British stage containing Germans, Japs or other former enemies.
Dissenters were few but fiery. They charged 1) "emotionalism," 2) fear
of postwar competition (many of the best jugglers and acrobats are
German, Japanese and Italian).
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