Foreign News: Augur

Dorothy Thompson prophesied that Adolf Hitler would never rule Germany. Herbert Matthews called the Italian defeat at Guadalajara one of the decisive battles of history. Liddell Hart said Ethiopian mobile tactics would probably swamp Mussolini's invaders. Edgar Ansel Mowrer said that two years of the Chinese War would see Japan's morale crack. G. E. R. Gedye said the Czechoslovakian Army would fight before it would yield. And long ago, before modern methods of communication made foreign correspondence a large and thriving profession, the London Times asserted that, in capturing Atlanta, Sherman had merely lengthened his lines of communication to the point...

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