Arlington Cemetery, Arlington. Va., (Jul. 4)
Warning Germany that she must stop oppressing her own citizens before she can expect the world to take pity on her condition, Senator Millard E. Tydings of Maryland voiced the protest of the United States against Nazi oppression of Jews in an address at Independence Day services under the auspices of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States and the District of Columbia Citizens Committee here today.
Senator Tydings, placing the blame for conditions which have led to Germany’s present chaotic state of affairs on the doorstep of the world, launched into a bitter condemnation of the Hitler leadership.
“It was regrettable,” he declared, “that the Germans, themselves oppressed, set up a leadership which has oppressed hundreds