INTERNATIONAL: Way of the World

If ever a man worked, fought & suffered for Peace, it is the sickly little German, Carl von Ossietzky. For nearly a year the Nobel Peace Prize Committee has been swamped with petitions from all shades of Socialists, Liberals and literary folk generally, nominating Carl von Ossietzky for the 1935 Peace Prize. Their slogan: "Send the Peace Prize into the Concentration Camp."

Carl von Ossietzky has spent the last three years in various Nazi concentration camps, taking more than his share of beatings, dying by inches. Yet he is not properly a Nazi...

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