GERMANY: News from Inside

Real news no longer flows out of Germany; it drips. Most correspondents have departed, and those who remain are fettered by ever-tightening censorship. Last week the drip of news became a trickle, perhaps the last in many a day. Home on the West Point were 118 U.S. diplomatic and consular officials, many of whom had been stationed in Germany until three weeks ago. Though closemouthed on orders of the State Department, they let fall these items of conditions inside Germany: ^ British bombing has been effective, not only in Hamburg but in...

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