the interests of publicity for himself in the foreign press. Professor Einstein was an interested spectator in the visitors’ gallery of the House when Commander Locker-Lampson spoke.
In addition, the paper bitterly denounces the British parliamentarian on general grounds.
The Juedische Rundschau was violently attacked by the Voelkischer Beobachter for publishing an obscure item, in small type, on the decision not to admit Jews to the soap exhibition to be held in Berlin in the autumn. The Nazi organ did not deny the truth of this report but declared the soap manufacturers are fully entitled to boycott the Jews if they desire.
“But how,” rhetorically asks the Beobachter, “dares the Juedische Rundschau to publish criticism of the will of the nation?”