GERMANY: Time Table

From the East a bitter wind bearing snowflakes bigger than bullets swept over the land of the Czechs and Slovaks last week. From the West came Hitler.

In power politics Adolf Hitler exhibits all the amazing intuitive timing and swift footwork that his namesake, Adolf Wolgast, pugilist of German extraction, used to show in the prize ring. Adolf Hitler has made only one error in timing—when he started a punch at Austria in 1934 and was blocked by Benito Mussolini. The speed, precision and preparation with which Adolf Hitler moves should no longer...

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