Reference code: CHAR 1/398A/48-50

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Date: 22 Jan 1932

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Letter from Robert Boothby to WSC, pleasure at recovery following motor accident in New York, praising his articles on the accident in the Daily Mail, with account of visit to Germany and interview with Adolf Hitler, where he asked him what he was going to do with the Jews, where there was "a grand scene, like a Bateman cartoon... where he said he would veto pogroms, which wasn't altogether reassuring. I told him that if he beat them up, it wouldn't go down at all well in England, where we encouraged them to govern us".

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