Foreign News: Old Refrain

Fritz Kuhn was one German that Americans knew well. They remembered pictures of him as the strutting führer of the German-American Bund, of his Madison Square Garden meetings, where the Stars & Stripes and the swastika were bracketed, of his arrest and deportation. One day last week Fritz made news again, but there was nobody around for pictures. He escaped from the Dachau internment camp where he had been awaiting a denazification trial. At week's end, police were still looking for him.

In Germany Kuhn found little of the notoriety he had enjoyed in the U.S. His fellow prisoners envied the food...

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