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THE GERMAN ELECTIONS.
The Washington Post (1923-1954) - Washington, D.C.
Date: Sep 16, 1930
Start Page: 6
Pages: 1

Germany's election reveals that the spirit of unrest, which recently flared up in Latin America, has also taken root in Europe. The conservative forces, which for years have been struggling to rejuvenate Germany by an orderly and constructive process, were buried under a Fascist landslide and a smaller Communist avalanche.

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