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England Held “riddled by Nazi Propaganda”

Alfred M. Wall, secretary of the London Trades Council, charged yesterday at a conference of the Kettering Trades Council that England “is now being stealthily and skillfully riddled by Nazi propaganda.”

He declared the propaganda was resulting in the “remarkable development of Fascist Nazi ideology” in England.

Pointing out that British Labor did not fear the German people, he emphasized that it does fear “Nazism, the doctrine of hate, suppression, persecution and war, which must, if persisted in, produce terrible repercussions elsewhere.”