GERMANY: Fruits of Victory

Germans, nourished for the past eleven months on a staple diet of promises and threats, were suddenly commanded last week to partake of the fruits of victory. Adolf Hitler, back from the wars for a short vacation at his Alpine snuggery, rescinded his ban on dancing and decreed that his countrymen could dance on Wednesdays and Saturdays between 7 p.m. and curfew. He also granted them permission to tune in on Nazi-occupied Norway, Belgium, The Netherlands and France, but still forbade them under pain of beheading to listen to Denmark, which, at...

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