INTERNATIONAL: Catechism for Hitler

What Adolf Hitler will eventually do to get all he wants for Germany is today Europe's most momentous secret. In March the Realmleader sent German troops into the demilitarized Rhineland and a fine-sounding set of peace proposals to Britain (TIME, April 13, et ante). It occurred to Britain's earnest young Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden that perhaps the best way to find out what Adolf Hitler was thinking was to ask him. He wrote down a list of questions to which honest answers from Hitler would certainly be useful. He sent his manuscript to Pierre Etienne Flandin for additions, which the...

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