Foreign News: War Dance

In most countries the start of a war is the signal for inhibitions to slip gently down over the shoulders. Strong-through-joy Nazi Germany, however, frowns on undisciplined enjoyment, and for the last 18 months gaiety has been regulated almost out of existence. But last week came a sign that even the Germans must relax to shake off the jitters of war as reports arrived of ten days of hoopla in the Bavarian Alps.

Occasion was the annual wintersports meet at Garmisch-Partenkirchen, site of the 1936 winter Olympics. No records were made by the skaters...

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