Foreign News: Literary Consul

Tall, sandy-haired, handsome Walther Wilhelm August Ludwig Reinhardt, expert .golfer & tennis player, author of a prize-winning life of George Washington (in German), used to flutter U. S. feminine hearts as German consul in Chicago, Manhattan, Seattle. Last week he was still consul general in Liverpool, England, but the British Government, charging he helped a laborer sell Germans plans of Britain's big shell factory at Euxton, demanded his recall. Sore as hornets at recent expulsions of their inept agents, Nazis threatened reprisals against Britons in Germany if Consul Reinhardt had to go.


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