Foreign News: Ludendorff-Hitler

Two editors of reactionist party newspapers were summoned to appear before the Supreme Court at Leipzig, Saxony, on the charge of conduct prejudicial to the safety of the republic. Both declined to appear or to acknowledge the authority of the court, stating that only a Bavarian court could try Bavarians.

Adolph Hitler, Fascist leader, also expects a summons to appear in Leipzig before the Supreme Court. He told his supporters that he would not go and exhorted them "to stand hard as steel by our movement. We won't talk."

General Ludendorff inspected...

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