INTERNATIONAL: Ebbutt, Langen, Putzy

Two of the three German journalists, ordered by the British Home Office to leave London (TIME, Aug. 16), packed their bags last week and returned to the Fatherland. They were pursued by indignant shouts from the British press, for the Third Reich had retaliated by ordering intelligent, slightly pontifical Norman Ebbutt, for twelve years correspondent in Berlin of London's almost sacred Times, to be replaced by ''somebody less concerned with trivialities and more with facts." The British were shocked, regarded it as a blunder for the German Government to suggest that the dispatches of Norman Ebbutt, a distinguished journalist,...

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