Foreign News: Luther on the Carpet

If it be true as Swedes believe that their scrawny old King Gustaf talked the roughest sort of turkey to Chancellor Adolf Hitler on his last visit to Berlin, then His Majesty has few more ardent admirers than the U. S. Ambassador to Germany, outwardly mild but inwardly rampant William Edward Dodd, onetime professor of history at the University of Chicago.

Some of the thoughts which have crossed Professor Dodd's mind since he reached Berlin have been bold in the extreme. He expresses himself strongly to Mrs. Dodd and the children. By last week he had called twice on the German Foreign...

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