The Führer declared that there were people in the British Government who wanted war.
The Ambassador vigorously denied this and declared that Chamberlain had always been a friend of Germany.
The Führer mentioned the Minister for War (ie Leslie Hore-Belisha, a Jew), saying he could not imagine him as one.
Henderson said he thought that the proof of Chamberlain's friendship was to be found in the fact that he had refused to have Churchill in the Cabinet. The hostile attitude to Germany did not represent the will of the British people. It was the work of Jews and enemies of the Nazis.