That Hitler is a great man not even his most biased enemies will deny.
Fighting entirely alone for many years, he has succeeded in bringing the largest nation in Western Europe around to his own morbid manner of thinking. In six months, Hitler has thus done more harm to his people than the armies of Germany’s enemies could have done.
A glance at the situation in Germany is sufficient to convince anyone who retains a shred of reason or perception of the catastrophic effects of the rise of Hitler to power.
The German educational system, which has been “purged” of approximately 75 percent of its Jewish instructors and wholesale lots of “pacifists” and “Marxists” through outright firing and “indefinite leaves of absence”, has lost its appeal to thousands of foreigners who heretofore annually flocked to German universities. Foreign authorities in Germany announce that during the com-