In post-War Europe, non-German statesmen are increasingly nervous over the success of German War veterans at international veterans' conferences in convincing non-German veterans that Der F├╝hrer stands for peace and that if war comes it will be the fault of other countries. Last week War Veteran Adolf Hitler (Iron Cross), who recently tore up the so-called "German war guilt clause" of the Treaty of Versailles (TIME, Feb. 8), was host to another international veterans' gathering at his Bavarian chalet. Along with French, English and other veterans was James L. McCann of...

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