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GERMANY: Hitler Has Other Means

Article 42 & Article 43. Adolf Hitler, with his intuitive flair for what is and is not vital, anticipated last week's outbreak of war when he said at the...

Books: Hitler's Rival

NEMESIS? THE STORY OF OTTO STRASSER —Douglas Reed—Houghfon Mifflin—($2.75). Douglas Reed (Insanity Fair, Disgrace Abounding) is a supercilious, nervous...

Foreign News: Adolf Not Himself?

Adolf Hitler left his headquarters in Russia last week to make a Memorial Day speech in Berlin. Rarely since he became Führer—perhaps never before in his...

AUSTRIA: Hitler's Promise

It was a good thing for Chancellor Kurt von Schuschnigg that he skipped out of Vienna to holiday near Salzburg last week. To President Wilhelm Miklas and...

Radio: Slicker Squelcher

One day last week suave, hard-driving Lewis Allen Weiss, vice president and general manager of the 31-station Don Lee Broadcasting System network on the Pacific...

Russia At War: MORALE: The Voice of Germany

Six weeks ago, in one of the most boastful speeches of his career. Adolf Hitler proclaimed to Germany and to the world: "This enemy is already broken and will...

Foreign News: Peaceful Fuhrer

Late one afternoon last week Adolf Hitler stepped up on a platform in City Hall Square at Wilhelmshaven. German naval base on the North Sea. A few inches in...

GERMANY: Time Table

From the East a bitter wind bearing snowflakes bigger than bullets swept over the land of the Czechs and Slovaks last week. From the West came Hitler. In...

AUSTRIA: Pioneer Fascist

Austria's prewar democracy had many pallbearers, but the most prominent, after Adolf Hitler, was a good-looking young blueblood named Prince Ernst Rüdiger...

Foreign News: Partial Release

Vichy held up to the light last week one of the fruits of its collaboration with Germany, announced that Adolf Hitler had released one-fourth of his French war...

INTERNATIONAL: Hitler's Timetable

Military advances are marked by the mile; diplomatic advances by the country. Germany's diplomatic march through Europe last week was faster than the British...

Books: Copyright Confusion

It has been said of Adolf Hitler's Mein Kampf, Nazi imperialist bible, that in it Hitler wrote the history of Europe from 1933 to the indefinite future. Most...

Foreign News: Heroes or Traitors?

For a few hours on July 20, 1944, Nazi Germany's fate hung on a 32-year-old Wehrmacht major named Otto Ernst Remer. On that day, believing that their plot to...

Books: The Man Who Was Wrong

I PAID HITLER — Fr!tz Thyssen — Farrar & Rinehart ($2.75). "If human civilization is not to perish, everything that is possible must be done to make war...

GERMANY: Aggrandizer's Anniversary

With pomp reminiscent of old Imperial Germany, Adolf Hitler, Aggrandizer of the Reich, last week celebrated his 50th birthday. The representatives of...

Foreign News: Snuggery Doings

¶ Still on vacation in his rustic Bavarian snuggery, Adolf Hitler last week took time off from such joys as listening to the village accordionist (see cut) to...

Foreign News: Attila's Cream Buns

In an age which should be accustomed to madmen and murderers, the personality of Adolf Hitler still provokes terrified attention. Last week, an able post-mortem...

Foreign News: Berlin Mission

With her Rolls-Royce engines throbbing sweetly, a "Flying British Foreign Office" lofted up from Croydon this week, swept off across the Channel. Aboard were...

INTERNATIONAL: War or No Munich

Last week the world's best correspondents cabled the greatest stories of their lives. In every capital of Europe they followed the swift unfolding of as big a...

Foreign News: Supreme & Supremer

The German Supreme Court, emasculated and shoved into the background by Adolf Hitler's creation of a "supremer" People's Court (TIME, May 14, 1934 et seq.),...