The Week

November 1936
New Republic;11/25/36, Vol. 89 Issue 1147, p93
The article offers world news briefs. German Chancellor Adolf Hitler has violated another section of the Versailles Treaty, providing for internationalized control of German rivers. The International Juridical Association has been publishing periodical bulletins on cases in labor law and civil liberties. The National Conference of White Collar WPA Workers has concluded in Cleveland, Ohio.


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