FRANCE: Germans Cornered?

Logical French minds reacted swiftly to invasion of Scandinavia by pouncing on all sorts of precise political, economic and military points seen in Paris as adding up to a handsome total favoring the Allies:

> The French Cabinet crisis—new Premier Paul Reynaud was just about to face risky test votes in Senate and Chamber—was postponed in spontaneous French agreement that now was no time to vote on whether France should again swap Premiers in midwar. Glad that Adolf Hitler had given it the excuse, Parliament went home for a week without voting....

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