BATTLE OF RUSSIA: What Spring Will Bring

New York Herald Tribune Correspondent Sonia Tomara, who has seen for herself, last week told how the early spring might delay a mechanized attack on the central front:

"The cold persists, with a few days of thaw here and there, through February and March. And then, rarely earlier than April, comes the big thaw, when the country is flooded with water that oozes from the earth, that runs with a merry sound, telling people and animals that the spring is near.

"Thus Hitler's soldiers still have a long time to suffer from the Russian Queen of Snows. They will freeze for two...

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