INTERNATIONAL: Hitler's Timetable

Military advances are marked by the mile; diplomatic advances by the country. Germany's diplomatic march through Europe last week was faster than the British reconquest of Africa. With a tiny squeal of protest, Yugoslavia slipped sidewise into the Axis tent, leaving Greece in peril of being dragged there by the hair (see col. 2). Although Turkey made it clear that she would fight back if she were attacked, Turkey made it almost as clear that she would not fight for Greece.

France announced that her Navy would convoy food from abroad to the ports of unoccupied France, a move which...

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