GERMANY: Hitler Tamed

With the whole Fatherland convinced that last week's Reichstag election could produce no Government upset, Germans voted almost without violence for the first time in years, with these striking results:

First blatant Adolf Hitler's brown-shirted Nazi (National Socialist) Party was "tamed" by the first setback received since they started two years ago on their skyrocket rise. The Nazis dropped from 230 Reichstag seats to 195 and in each of Germany's 35 electoral districts their vote fell off, nowhere by less than 10,000 ballots. Nazis suffered their worst setback in President Paul von...

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