World War: Who Hurt Whom

The massed bugles of the German and Italian propaganda band last week played louder & louder their new tune: Britain would be hard to invade, the "new tactic" of the Axis was to bomb out its arteries, starve out its defenders.

To this, Winston Churchill's office composed a precautionary reprise: "The Prime Minister wishes it known that the possibility of German attempts at an invasion by no means has passed away. The fact that the Germans now are putting out rumors that they do not intend an invasion should be regarded with the double...

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