London (Aug. 31)
Advice that reserve is the soundest attitude to adopt in dealing with Germany until the German machine is run entirely by new men and can show what it is able to do, is recommended by the commercial counselor of the British Embassy at Berlin, in an official British Government report on economic conditions in Germany. The report is issued by the Board of Trade.
The report, dealing with the period only up to June of this year, claims that German foreign trade moved in conformity with the shrinkage of world trade. Reviewing the Jewish situation, the report