This week the No. 1 question in the world was what to do to help the Jews. Irish Catholic Joseph Patrick Kennedy, U. S. Ambassador to the Court of St. James's, got credit for having activated Neville Chamberlain's negotiations in Paris which found a partial answer to the question. Nowhere were people more horrified at Adolf Hitler's pogrom than in Britain. A poll showed that more than seven Britons out of ten, while sympathetic to Chamberlain, considered the Nazi terror a bar to Chamberlain's "appeasing" relations with the Reich.

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