TITLE

CHRONICLE

PUB. DATE
September 1939
SOURCE
America;9/9/1939, Vol. 61 Issue 22, p519
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This section offers world news briefs. A preliminary report stating that many foreign nations were engaged in spreading war propaganda in the U.S. was issued by the House Committee on un-American Activities. Sir Nevile Henderson, British Ambassador to Berlin, Germany, requested Chancelor Adolf Hitler to disclose his terms on August 26, 1939. Protests have been forwarded by the government of Poland to Bratislava regarding the occupation of Slovakia by German troops.
ACCESSION #
35031572

 

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