November 26, 1938.
The chief matter now occupying the attention of the world is the allocation of the expelled Jews, and the horror of their treatment has not abated, though General Goeball says that the question will soon die, or as we in this country say, “is only a nine-days’ wonder”.
It would be deplorable that such be the endemic and atrocious robbery and spoilation of inoffensive and law-abiding people, as they always have been, but it is characteristic of such bullying tyrants as Herr Hitler and his parasites that they should wreak violence on those who are unable to defend themselves.
Having walked over the Austrians and threatened utter destruction of the Czechs, who are left only a fraction of their country, Germany’s savage rulers imagine they can absorb all unprotected states within their reach.
It is rumoured that the French have made a “no war” pact with Germany. This will be a surprise, having in view the ever-suspecting idea that France has regarding any arrangements with Germany. The gross abuse of Britain by the German Press indicates a desire to get the two countries at logger-heads; accusations of every conceivable description are levelled at the Ministers of the Crown and others.
There is a rumour that Britain’s enemies are being supported by the Germans, and that the Arabs are being encouraged in their present warfare by them, both in money and otherwise. This is conceivable, considering their continued animosity.