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DEMOSTHENES:DICTATOR IN A BROWN SHIRT THE FAMILY BACKGROUND OF HITLER MEN IN COMMAND (Article), Sunday Mail (Brisbane) (Qld. : 1926 - 1954), Sunday 12 April 1936 page Article 2015-03-28 00:42 OF HITLER a
I MEN IN I
!? By '
Formerly Foreign Oornspondent of the
Eamal Ataturk, though you would hardly call him a
Greek, was born in Salonika, Greece; PilsudsW was
chancellor, was born in Italy; and Stalin, as every
Although Hitler's calculations are shrewd and penetrat
I HAVE visited Branuau, In Aus
Hitler was bom. The Hitler
Chicago Daily New*
OF HITLER
MEN IN
By
Formerly Foreign Correspondent of the
Kamal Ataturk, though you would hardly call him a
Greek, was born in Salonika, Greece; Pilsudski was
chancellor, was born in Italy; and Stalin, as every-
Although Hitler's calculations are shrewd and penetrat-
I HAVE visited Branuau, in Aus-
Hitler was born. The Hitler
Chicago Daily News.
CHAPTER XIII (Contd.) Commercial Espionage. (Article), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Thursday 24 July 1941 page Article 2015-03-25 20:29 (Continued from previous pare.)
course, tíhis sabotage was most im-
German finn has the opportunity to
any weapon is permissible-at least,
goal of German economic life-to get
writes the same invoices-only at
shattering event arrives-events like
Sudeten German terrijtories-a great
event-in advance.
, Germany really means to the world.
but .at the same time, her oppon-
(Continued from previous page.)
course, this sabotage was most im-
German firm has the opportunity to
any weapon is permissible—at least,
goal of German economic life—to get
writes the same invoices—only at
shattering event arrives—events like
Sudeten German territories—a great
event—in advance.
Germany really means to the world.
but at the same time, her oppon-
CHAPTER XIII (Contd.) Commercial Espionage. (Article), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Thursday 24 July 1941 page Article 2015-03-25 18:39 dustrial syndicates, and similar or
dustrial syndicates, and similar or-
CHAPTER XIII (Contd.) Commercial Espionage. (Article), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Thursday 24 July 1941 page Article 2015-03-25 18:14 eye the points which wftfe most vul-
nerable and could be ujjied for put-
ting the factory out ojjworking or-
der. On their carefully xirawn plans
in a particularly vulnerable spotv can
This branch-with real German
thoroughness-has a huge filing sys-
world. - This system can be called
ted-by every means, both legal and
needs, twenty locomotives. This
order. Naturally it . will be given to
tlie firm which can make the cheap-
all the different firms-by , any
means. If necessary, they bribe, con-
a considerable loss-but the Third
eye the points which were most vul-
nerable and could be used for put-
ting the factory out of working or-
der. On their carefully drawn plans
in a particularly vulnerable spot can
This branch—with real German
thoroughness—has a huge filing sys-
world. This system can be called
ted—by every means, both legal and
needs twenty locomotives. This
order. Naturally it will be given to
the firm which can make the cheap-
all the different firms—by any
means. If necessary, they bribe con-
a considerable loss—but the Third
CHAPTER XIII (Contd.) Commercial Espionage. (Article), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Thursday 24 July 1941 page Article 2015-03-25 17:30 plants-opened them so wide that
not a single secret was left un
the. most up-to-date "sprinkler"
equipment. This \y&&- nothing else
knew-bragging of the efficiency and
When the plant* was built, they often
paid enormous sums for them-but
task is rather special-preparation
plants—opened them so wide that
not a single secret was left un-
the most up-to-date "sprinkler"
equipment. This was nothing else
knew—bragging of the efficiency and
When the plant was built, they often
paid enormous sums for them—but
task is rather special—preparation
CHAPTER XIII (Contd.) Commercial Espionage. (Article), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Thursday 24 July 1941 page Article 2015-03-25 17:27 Kiel to ovoid the leaking of inform-
achievements of Germon armament
ing the period of the experiments
these1 few hundred names, to select
those who must be innocent-in the
Ludwig Malinger also figured on
on a business trip ; only loyely Kath-
your work ... we have been watch-
ing you for months,-and you must
breast of it. ..."
. At the first words of the Gestapo
... he wanted to die and confessed
he was dragging me with him
Tliis was full admission of her
guilt-we had caught our fish. Kath-
and gave us all the data about Mar
"Malinger was in love with my
live with the stigma of this guilt.
A curious episode followed in Mar
inger*s life. He was living in a small
stay alive-to take the risk of death
in-espionage. He give him a letter
ishment-beheading by the axe
quite indifferent to danger-after all,
ority. His melancholy smile ,was still
life-but her life was lost in the mo-
the prison near Lake Ploetzen-sig-
Interest. Today, the Industrial and
ping ónices abroad must consider
tion they can produce aâd send it
to a Berlin address-which is iden-
oflices are in truth, under their
reading circle-the main thing is the
amount of letters^
In the handsfof expert technic-
ians, these otfefcs represented ex-
-for, of course, they were Gestapo
agents-looked at everything with
Kiel to avoid the leaking of inform-
achievements of German armament
ing the period of the experiments—
these few hundred names, to select
those who must be innocent—in the
Ludwig Maringer also figured on
on a business trip ; only lovely Kath-
your work . . . we have been watch-
ing you for months, and you must
breast of it. . . ."
At the first words of the Gestapo
. . . he wanted to die and confessed
he was dragging me with him . . ."
This was full admission of her
guilt—we had caught our fish. Kath-
and gave us all the data about Mar-
"Maringer was in love with my
live with the stigma of this guilt. ."
A curious episode followed in Mar-
inger's life. He was living in a small
stay alive—to take the risk of death
in—espionage. He give him a letter
ishment—beheading by the axe—
quite indifferent to danger—after all,
ority. His melancholy smile was still
life—but her life was lost in the mo-
the prison near Lake Ploetzen—sig-
interest. Today, the industrial and
ping offices abroad must consider
tion they can produce and send it
to a Berlin address—which is iden-
offices are in truth, under their
reading circle—the main thing is the
amount of letters.
In the hands of expert technic-
ians, these offers represented ex-
—for, of course, they were Gestapo
agents—looked at everything with
CHAPTER XIII. A Thousand Eyes and Ears. (Article), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Thursday 17 July 1941 page Article 2015-03-25 16:51 "considerable business results; this
personally ; present when the ma- .
chines shipped from., abroad . were
established and " installed* Later
gularly he Visited it from time to
become a familiar figpre. Even if he
his business interests-namely, pry-
resembled a feverish, disturbed ant
» ?
of the new heavy submarine which
rJPHE squad of recruits was getting
wheeling."
physical training, and the in
considerable business results; this
personally present when the ma-
chines shipped from abroad were
established and installed. Later
gularly he visited it from time to
become a familiar figure. Even if he
his business interests—namely, pry-
resembled a feverish, disturbed ant-

of the new heavy submarine which ||
THE squad of recruits was getting
wheeling." ||
physical training, and the in-
CHAPTER XIII. A Thousand Eyes and Ears. (Article), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Thursday 17 July 1941 page Article 2015-03-25 15:53 j^fy new job was rather dull-or at
in the Gestapo-the branch under
which Germany continued her re
'arming, this branch of the Gestapo
ment factories and putting them
QO proud was the bootmaker of
understand it/' he said. "I suppose
rieht; but they were a wee bit tight
for ma brither on the night shift."
^^^^^^^^^^^
"out of circulation"-but slowly .we
end we were forced^áfiguratively
speaking-to surround mhe whole
German industry withÄrbed wire.
solely the" business bf the army.
his wares that he gave a gua
In modern war fignting is not
But tfre rubber factpry . supplying
CHAPTER XII!.
least so I thought. Prom the
gas-masks ls Just as important. And
silk' factory. He protested furiously
be that the plant will work twenty
penalty-even in peacetime. The
usual case, biit also because it offers
agente.
anything out of "the ordinary in his
all, had been living in Prance for
Bahnhof, In the busiest business
MY new job was rather dull—or at
in the Gestapo—the branch under
which Germany continued her re-
arming, this branch of the Gestapo
ment factories and putting them ||
SO proud was the bootmaker of
understand it," he said. "I suppose
richt; but they were a wee bit tight
for ma brither on the night shift." ||

"out of circulation"—but slowly we
end we were forced—figuratively
speaking—to surround the whole
German industry with barbed wire.
solely the business of the army.
his wares that he gave a gua-
In modern war fighting is not
But the rubber factory supplying
CHAPTER XIII.
least so I thought. From the
gas-masks is just as important. And
silk factory. He protested furiously
be that the plant will work twenty-
penalty—even in peacetime. The
usual case, but also because it offers
agents.
anything out of the ordinary in his
all, had been living in France for
Bahnhof, in the busiest business
INSIDE the GESTAPO CHAPTER XII (Contd.) Political Victims. (Article), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Thursday 17 July 1941 page Article 2015-03-25 15:26 1 ' ' ' .

INSIDE the GESTAPO CHAPTER XII (Contd.) Political Victims. (Article), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Thursday 17 July 1941 page Article 2015-03-24 15:52 side ...
were alone . . .. the Chancellor and
Vera ....
... Guido Schmidt, who was now
rer gave him. .The others, Schusch
masked themselves ... for months
Papen's pipe ....
And Schuschnigg? ^
Schuschnigg, the ^prisoner, re-
ceived the Papal dispfjpsation and
married Countess VeraTAs he could
high treason or-just as von Papen
has been interned on his estates
side . . .
were alone . . . the Chancellor and
Vera . . . .
. . . Guido Schmidt, who was now
rer gave him. The others, Schusch-
masked themselves . . . for months
Papen's pipe . . . .
And Schuschnigg?
Schuschnigg, the prisoner, re-
ceived the Papal dispensation and
married Countess Vera. As he could
high treason or—just as von Papen
has been interned on his estates—

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