The Press: I Am Able to Reveal

Louis P. Lochner's credentials as a German expert are of the best. He has a German wife, spent 18 years in Germany for the Associated Press. His good sources and good friends include monarchists of imperial days, Republicans of the Weimar days, and post-1933 Nazis. He has had exclusive interviews with Hitler and acclaims himself as "the first foreign correspondent allowed to follow [the] German army into Poland." For his labors, he got a 1939 Pulitzer Prize and 18 months in a German internment camp. On his return to the U.S. he preached from...

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