GERMANY: Argentina, Axis on the Spot

Chief Justice Hitler

There were many subjects that Adolf Hitler skipped in this week's speech to the Reichstag. He did not skip the cold Russian winter, and underlined the fact that the thermometer had dropped to 62° F below. He got in the "archcapitalist" British, the "scoundrel" Jews, the "criminal" Churchill, the "maniac" Roosevelt, the "heroic" Japanese, and the Almighty, of whom he asked "nothing more . . . than that He should bless us in the future as He has done in the past."

But he said nothing about the Chinese. He told...

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