Foreign News: Sleep on Haversacks!

One of Adolf Hitler's more obvious tactics is to keep Europe in such a state of suspense that finally he can persuade his unnerved enemies to give him what he wants. In Nazi Germany this is done by keeping large numbers of men under arms, ready to strike on short notice. Nazi economy has long been attuned to a state of semi-mobilization, but other countries, which must be ready to meet any quick German thrust, find it expensive.

Last week in Europe there were a few signs that fear of immediate war was...

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