Gunther, John
May 1937
Saturday Evening Post;5/1/1937, Vol. 209 Issue 44, p5
Focuses on the proposal of Austrian Government on the new statute prohibiting the breeding of carrier pigeons, because carrier pigeons might be used by unauthorized persons for the purpose of smuggling military or industrial information out of Austria. Arrest of German secret agents working on Hungarian soil; Factors affecting the complex mechanical civilizations of Germany; Representation of imaginary constituencies in both Austria and Czechoslovakia.


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