ARGENTINA: Diplomat's Troubles

Most uneasy diplomat in the Western Hemisphere last week was Germany's Ambassador to Argentina, Baron Edmund von Thermann. Before his eyes one of the Nazis' neatest, costliest propaganda machines was being turned into junk. What was worse, it seemed likely that he would shortly be back in Berlin where he would have to explain what went wrong.

Baron von Thermann has found Argentina a fairly fertile spot in which to sow the seed of Nazi doctrine. Though only about 235,000 of Argentina's 13,000,000 inhabitants are Germans, many of them are well-to-do and influential. German-controlled investments in the country add up...

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