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Newsweek 11, May 16, 1938. p.15
Adolf Hitler's Roman Holiday

Hitler's followers said they had never seen him so subdued and 
observant. They admitted the Italian show was a big surprise. At the 
opera in Naples, Hitler was so preoccupied that he failed to salute the 
Nazi "Horst Wessel song" or come forward when the cast of "Aida" 
applauded him. Not until the military parade, halfway through his 
visit did he respond to Mussolini's joviality.

Adolf Hitler's Roman Holiday. Newsweek 11, May 16, 1938. p.15

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