On the Eve of the Election: Berlin Outwardly Calm: Impartial’s Paper’s Test Vote Gives Hindenburg Ni

With two more days to the presidential elections Berlin to-day appears calm on the surface. The entire press, however, of all parties, reveals a feverish excitement, and all papers are filled with propaganda matter.

A test vote taken by the impartial “Zwoelf-Uhr Blatt”, the result of which is published to-day, gives President Hindenburg over 19 million votes, and Hitler only 11 million.

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