The Press: Underground

Europe's newest dictator, King Carol II, squeezed the last squealing drop of press freedom from Rumania last week. That it was an easy thing to do, he knew. The last anti-Fascist Italian editor has long since been silenced. Few Germans today ever see an anti-Nazi publication. A smattering of troublesome pamphlets is still smuggled in the bottom of wheat barges ascending the Rhine from Holland, and such journals as the inflammatory bi-monthly Die Schiffart (Shipping) are printed in New York, hidden in the cargoes of German ships by U. S. longshoremen and sneaked...

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