ARGENTINA: Nazi Bungle

There is scarcely a stranger spot for Nazi expansion than Argentina's windy, frigid Patagonia, which stretches 1,000 miles down the Atlantic coast almost to Cape Horn. Seeing how their Führer grabs off huge bites of Europe, Nazi agents on other continents are prone to have big ideas over the possibilities of getting some Lebensraum ("living room") in less populated areas of the world. Last week Argentines had a case of Hitler jitters when it was asserted by Noticias Gráficas, sensational Buenos Aires newspaper, that ambitious Nazi agents had presented their Government with a plan for annexing Patagonia.

Herr Heinrich Jurges, who...

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