Hitler Journalist Admits German Prestige is Hurt
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Hitler Journalist Admits German Prestige is Hurt

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Herr von Dewall, a distinguished German journalist, former foreign editor of the Frankfurter Zeitung and now that paper’s correspondent in London, was a guest of the Rotary Club here this week and startled members by admitting that “German prestige in Great Britain had been greatly damaged by the Nazi treatment of the Jews.”

Later Herr von Dewall told the conservative Welsh businessmen: “I forsee that the time may come when many Britons will wish to learn from Hitler.”

###sult, the German community declared in favor of taking no part in Nazi activity away from Germany.

Excerpts from the Japanese press reveal that Japan has had a change of heart regarding her love for Chancellor Hitler. Most Japanese papers are now opposed to the Nazis.

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