The bloody events of the past few days in Germany have dealt a severe blow to the local Nazi movement, observers here believe.
Nazi leaders have suddenly became silent, while their opponents, pointing to the sudden lull in Fascist activities in Europe and the United States, say the same may be expected here.
A Platea, a newspaper published here, has come out with a direct attack upon Hitler because the importation of Brazilian coffee into Germany has been prohibited. Such a turn of events is indicative of political immaturity on the part of the Fuehrer, A Platea says.
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