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make comparisons than our journalistic colleagues who remain here on permanent duty, for we have sharper points of comparison and, not being daily spectators of the situation, have, perhaps, been better able to maintain our perspective.

To this observer at least, one of the most impressive aspects of the situation has been the dignity, based on their unity, with which the Jews of Germany have faced their fate. It will be nothing less than calamity itself if, in the face of dangers, as great today as a year, two years ago, German Jewry loses that unity and, like the Jewish world outside, is left to confront the situation torn by dissension, disorganized and with a morale shattered by factionalism. And this, I fear, will be the result of attempting to force a course which should only follow deep belief.