World War, PRISONERS: Money from Milch

To its foreign exchange useful for war purchases, Britain gleefully added a contribution from German Air Marshal Erhard Milch last week: £25 (in U. S. dollars) sent to his captured flier son-in-law, Hauptmann Joachim Heinrich Schlich-ting. Hauptmann Schlichting probably got his money's worth in British goods, but the Government kept the dollars. What made the British happier still was the chance to advertise that Air Marshal Milch had a son-in-law in a British prison and U. S. dollars in the bank.


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