Nazi Terror Not Over, Declares “guardian”
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Nazi Terror Not Over, Declares “guardian”

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The Manchester Guardian, which, due to its being banned in Germany has not been able to maintain a resident correspondent in Berlin, has made secret arrangements to provide its readers with a regular service of information from sources inside that country. The newspaper printed information last week to the effect that the brownshirts, who advanced from victory to victory in Germany with prodigious speed, used as their chief weapon the “Terror.”

The paper stated:

“With the Terror they broke and demoralized the Republican front-line troops, whose territory was thus thrown open to invasion. The front, as it is now, must no longer be conceived as a line—it extends everywhere throughout Germany, it pervades the whole of German life, penetrating even to the farthest reaches of the spirit. It spreads out and deepens every day as the brownshirts establish contacts with new opponents.”

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