Page 2, 24th August 1935

24th August 1935
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T..c.c. Classes For Teachers

Ten Lectures For Eight Shillings SURPRISING OMISS.OVS The courses of lectures and classes for teachers organised by the London County Council cover much ground. The subjects......

Mass-meeting Of Jew-haters Streicher Attacks The Foreign...

Both in Berlin and Munich the feast of ottr Lady's Assumption was given over to Jew-baiting and anti-Jewish meetings by the Nazis. In Berlin, Herr Julius Streicher poured almost......

New German Party In Czechoslovakia Distrusted By The Czechs

INTERVIEW WITH ITS LEADER a Correspondent In Czetlursto l'1141:0 at the present moment all eyes are fixed upon Hentein, the leader . of the German party. whose marked triumph at......

Lord Nuffield's Warning We 'will Buy Foreign Steel "

Lord Nuffield gave a warning to steel producers last we when speaking at a dinner in London. He admitted being one of the advocates of a duty on steel to improve conditions for......

"pray For Germany"

Three clays later the Pope addressed 120 Catholic German youths. " All must pray for Germany and trust in the goodness and help of God, as we have already said to other German......

Saar Mayor Flees Abroad German Persecutions Spread

VILLAGE REVOLT From Our German Correspondent Conditions in the Saar territory are becoming 'what they are in the rest of Germany. Persecutions of Jews and Catholics are......

Irish Journalist's New Post Assistant Radio Director

From Our Dublin Correspondent Mr. Frank Gallagbar, until recently editor-in-chief of the Irish Press. took up his duties as assistant director of broadcasting in the Free State......

Radiolympia : Reflections And Criticisms Canned Music And...

A MODERN FAIR Radiolympia is the modern fair. All that is lacking are the swings and the roundabouts. The crowds, the canned music and the side-shows are there in abundance. The......

The Week's

News AT HOME Following the breakdown of the ThreePower Conference an extraordinary cabinet meeting was called to discuss the Abyssinian crisis. Mr. Ramsay Macdonald on his......