C'etait l'epoque oil Hitler etait un de nos amis.
The report of my remarks in Hansard tends to convey the impression that this opinion about Hitler was my own, which is absolutely incorrect. My interjection was based on a report in the Globe and Mail of November 1, 1935, having to do with an address made by Colonel George Drew at the Empire club, Toronto, on October 31 of that year. The report reads in part:
I do not suggest, and I do not believe, that Germany is hostile to the British empire. I know from conversations I had in Germany this summer that their foreign policy is directed towards establishing British friendship more than to any other objective.
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