INTERNATIONAL: War Between Two Worlds

"This war," wrote Benito Mussolini last week, "has now assumed the character of a war between two worlds."

The Totalitarian World was organizing. The German press scoffed at reports, originating in the U.S. press, that Adolf Hitler was about to announce a Federation of European States under German leadership. Such a federation was already virtually a fact, except for such nervous little islands of democracy as Sweden, Finland, Switzerland (which is useful to the Germans as a clearinghouse for foreign exchange). France was practically in the war against Great Britain (see p. 21)....

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