GERMANY: Name in Cell

Great names are faces. To read "MUSSOLINI" is to receive a potent visual impression. Last week Germans read "STINNES," and before them arose an unforgettable face (See Cut).

The scare heads said STINNES IN JAIL. That was only literally true. In a clean Berlin cell sat only Hugo Hermann Stinnes Jr.−not his late father STINNES, the titan who turned his coal and iron into fleets of ships, miles of factories, myriads of newspaper presses−all, all HIS (TIME, April 21, 1924). In those mighty days STINNES was the Despot of German industry and the Bogey Man of Europe. . ....

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