A Continuation of Drexel Sprecher's European Trip newspaper article.

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Sprecher, Drexel A. A Continuation of Drexel Sprecher's European Trip newspaper article.

A Continuation of Drexel Sprecher's European Trip newspaper article.

Consists of the 10 May 1935 article "A Continuation of Drexel Sprecher's European Trip" by Drexel Sprecher. The article describes Sprecher's visit to several German cities and his experiences in various mining and steel production facilities. Throughout the piece Drexel makes comparisons between the conditions of German industry and Hitler's rise to power.

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