London (Jul. 9)
A leaflet surreptitiously distributed in Germany is described by a reader in a letter to the editor of the News-Chronicle here.
“When I was in Passau railway station, a leaflet was surreptitiously put into my hand,” he writes. “On one side were two quotations from speeches made by Hitler, the first in 1933â€”
” ‘Germans give us four years and then judge for yourselves.’
“And the second in May of this yearâ€”
” ‘No colonies, no raw materials, no capital, no foreign credits, only heavy burdens, sacrifice, taxes and little recompense.’
“There followed question marksâ€”’What will Hitler say in 1937?’
“On the other side was depicted a blindfolded donkeyâ€”the workerâ€”with the words: ‘Are you still for the NSDAP?”