Germany still has a whopping big army: somewhere between 295 and 325 field divisions and some 11,000,000 men in all services.* Of these, at least 195 divisions confront the Red Army (see p. 21). Just where the rest are, and how good they are, the Allied armies will learn as they move into Europe. According to the best reports available last week:
>Under Generals von Falkenhorst, Daluege and Dietl, there are twelve Nazi divisions in Norway, five in Denmark, five to seven in Finland. Many of the troops in Norway are over age, wounded in other campaigns.
>To defend the western...