25 OCTOBER 1930, Page 2

The Outlook in Germany

Dr. Bruning and his Government have found enough support in the Reichstag to discredit most of the alarmist rumours which the antics of the Nazis had spread abroad. The burden of Dr. Briining's declaration was that Germany would proceed " with determination and sacrifice " to set her house- in order. She would deserve the assistance of other States caught, like herself, in the web of international indebtedness. Re made it clear that, as everyone knows, the key to the financial situation is held by the United States. The recent visit of Herr Schacht to New York is significant in this connexion. The Washington correspondent of the Timm says that a scheme for remission of debts by the United States is in existence. Washington is, however, silent on the subject.