EUROPE: Neutral Nervousness

Germany's most dangerous secret agents are at work in Portugal. One of them is an old enemy of mine.

He is notorious and wears a monocle. I was personally depressed last night to see him in Lisbon. The last time I saw him was in the Hotel Athénée Palace, Bucharest, just before the occupation of Rumania, and in the Hotel Serbski Kralj, Belgrade, before the attack on Yugoslavia.

—London Daily Mirror Correspondent David Walker Such E. Phillips Oppenheimish apprehensions were commonplace realities last week among Europe's chief neutrals. The world waited to see whether Adolf Hitler, balked in Russia,...

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