Foreign News: Some Day. . .

Some Day . . .

The Allies will be fooling themselves if they count on imminent capitulation or revolt by the German people. German morale, both civilian and military, is undoubtedly declining, but the very fear of defeat increases the determination of the Germans to fight to the end.

So reported one of the few neutral observers who have been allowed to leave Germany since disaster began to loom in Russia. Other reports last week from the same source:

> After the Stalingrad defeat, Hitler's personal popularity for the first time spiraled downward with...

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