People: People, May 26, 1941

The Berlin press compared Adolf Hitler with Abraham Lincoln; the Rome press compared Anna Eleanor Roosevelt with Spanish Republican Heroine La Pasionaria.

Bowling along through Walpole, Mass. early one morning on his way to the Newport, R.I. naval training station, hard-driving Ensign Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr. lost control of his new sedan as a front tire blew, sent it slithering, turtle-turning into a roadside embankment. His injuries: bruises and lacerations about the head and face.

In Cannes, France, another of numerous attempts at a comeback during the past twelve years was made by fat, splashy Paul Poiret, 64, who...

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