Nazi Atrocities Seen As Factor in German Sovereignty Issue
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Nazi Atrocities Seen As Factor in German Sovereignty Issue

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England must not “deceive” itself when evaluating the grant of limited sovereignty to Germany, and must remember Nazi atrocities against the Jews, the Sunday Times warned in an editorial entitled “Can We Trust The Germans?” The editorial called on Britain to neither suppress nor forget the facts of the Nazi atrocities.

New evidences of German anti-Semitism are again being seen in Germany, the Daily Express declared in a dispatch from its top correspondent in Germany, Sefton Delmer, who cited a number of recent incidents to bear out his contention. The correspondent declared that Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and his chief advisor, H. Golbke, who was once Hitler’s top advisor in the Ministry of Interior, were powerless to halt former Nazi administrators “whom they themselves restored to positions of power from carrying on a cold war against the anti-Nazis,” among whom are the Jews.

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