Foreign News: War Aims

Into a German munitions factory last week walked Field Marshal Hermann Wilhelm Goring, most popular (after Hitler) and most portly of Nazis. On the eighth day of Germany's advance into Poland, he had a great job to do. To munitions workers standing with outstretched arms in the shadow of long-barreled artillery, to Germans waiting at the radio all over the Reich, to listeners in countries at war with Germany or neutral, Adolf Hitler's second in command came bearing tidings of victory, offers of peace, warnings of struggle, and bad news.

The Marshal did...

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