Foreign News: Encircled

Most of last week's European happenings were bad news for Germany. Her friends became increasingly critical. Her allies appeared lukewarm, if not positively fickle. Her enemies were unsparing, and, after the Munich bombing, her home front appeared far from secure. In sum, it looked as though Nazi Germany, having long feared and dreaded encirclement, had managed to kick herself in her domestic stomach and encircle herself.

> Spunkiness of the small nations clustered around Germany was one of the best clues to Europe's rapidly changing lineup. Defenseless Norway dared to disregard a...

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