GERMANY: Kiss, Kick & Wheedle

Ensconced among the motto-stitched cushions of his rustic snuggery at Berchtesgaden, Adolf Hitler, ever since the close of the Olympic Games, has been receiving numbers of mysterious visitors. To judge from the opulence of their sharp-nosed Mercédès limousines, most of them were bigwigs of the Nazi Reich who are privileged to come & go without a word of their movements in the German Press. Last week everything was ready for Hitler & Co. to execute one of the complicated kiss-kick-and-wheedle Nazi plays which European statesmen find so difficult to deal with.


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