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April 06, 1933 - Image 6

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Ant Ei-lu IeriIi on.allsts
attracted most al tention because it
offen~ds a Th:rge group of people in all
u ationF,," Mr. Whceler continued.I
Flitler necds c_' e strong action to
bring his pro -ran~i to the fore.
.The Jews will11 probably not be
completely shut out of Germany, but
their activity in public offices and
professions will be limited by quota.
Foreign Jews in Germany will be
treated as before," he said.
Mr. Wheeler stated that he does
not believe that Hitler's action
against the Jews will result in any
1 country interfering strongly enough
to cause a war. He thinks there
Imight be international friction, but
nothing more. He also said that
much of the news of atrocities is
probably exaggerated because of the
strict German censorship of news.

Balkan Issue
Discussed By1
Count Sforza I
! Coiithmeld from Paige 1)
1without losing some of the prestige
which any dictatorship must main-
tain in order to exist. A dictatorships
must always do the theatrical, rather
than the modest."
Count Sforza characterized colon-
ial expansion as a manifestation not
of real interest but of vanity and
search for glory.
"Colonies are a thing of the past,
he said. "They will all crumble
away from the poweri controlling,
them within the next few years."
The count told of the decline in
Syria's imports from France when
the latter country obtained a man-,

dlate over her. Before the mandate.
80 per cent of Sy.ria's imports wer'e
from France, whereas after the
French sphere of inlfltucc was cx-
tendled, this tradle plunged to a menre
25 per cent, he saidl._
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