GERMANY: Man in the Way

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People in the United Nations believed that victory in Europe was possible in 1943, probable in 1944, certain no later than 1945. They were asking how Germany could hope to win; why Germany did not see the ineluctable defeat, sue now or soon for peace.

Germany's Hope. Prime Minister Winston Churchill answered them last week, in a speech to a national conference of women, in London: ". . . And the enemy. What is their hope? Their hope is that we will weary; their hope is that the democracies will faint later...

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