Berlin (Dec. 10)
Dr. Bruening, the Federal Chancellor, received to-day Mr. Wurmbrand, the editor of the J.T.A. in Berlin, in common with other representatives of the foreign press, and assured them that foreign public opinion need feel no anxiety about the pronouncements made by Hitler about his Party seizing power in the country.
The Government is strong and determined to take all measures, he said, to maintain legal order and security. Nazism has arisen only as a result of the abnormal sufferings of the German people in the last two or three years, and as soon as conditions in Germany become normal, he declared, the German people will at one blow sweep away all this Nazism. In the meantime, however, there need be no anxiety whatever about the stability of the country and the Government.