Diplomacy is only diplomacy but facts are facts, and last week what was actually being done in Germany had great effect on what was being decided in London. There, in a most exhausting morning, afternoon and all-night session, statesmen of the Great Powers and the League of Nations sought to grapple with the Rhineland Crisis created by Adolf Hitler when he sent his troops goose-stepping onto German Rhineland soil from which they were barred by Germany's signature to the treaties of Locarno and Versailles. The sentiments of the London statesmen could not help...

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