GERMANY: All Quiet on the Home Front

Great Britain's general fear and distress last week could be accurately gauged from Winston Churchill's words (see p. 34). In Germany, where dancing in the streets might have been expected, there was none —Nazi Police Chief Heinrich Himmler forbade any dancing anywhere, as is usual when the Nazi armies march. Despite blasting visits from the R.A.F., Germany was a quiet nation among the painful clamors that filled most of Europe. The German populace is a rigidly disciplined civilian army and its officers intend to keep it so until their country's final triumph...

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