ARGENTINA: The Coddled

The stubborn Argentine military Government was still coddling the Nazis in its midst.

The cynical Government had created a "vigilance board," purportedly to track down Nazi agents, liquidate the country's powerful Axis firms. But last week the board's general secretary, Dr. Carlos A. Adrogue, resigning in a huff, charged that Foreign Minister Juan Isaac Cooke and other high officials were anxious to hinder, not help, any move to oust the Nazis.

The Foreign Minister, said Dr. Adrogue (even before President Edelmiro Farrell could threaten him with libel charges), wouldn't let the vigilance board liquidate the potent firms (estimated value: $24,000,000) of...

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