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at fault by her own most dis-
tinguished sons, there is no worse
form of condemnation. Germany
may snap her fingers at what the
United States or Great Britain may
say but how is she going to dis-
pose of the fact that men like Ein-
stein and Fauchtwanger and Bruno
Walter and others like them are
ashamed of what has been done un-
der her jurisdiction and almost
wish to disown their German citi-
zenship? This is a tragedy very like
wh— would be for the Persian
eagle to be transfixed with an ar-
row feathered from its own breast.
—New York Times.