Letters, Jun. 3, 1940

War Sentiment

> Almost overnight after the invasion of Belgium and Holland, isolationist and pacifist letters practically disappeared from TIME'S incoming mail. The following letters are a cross section of recent comment about the U. S. and the war. It shows the emergence of feelings and beliefs that have evidently been long latent and inarticulate, the sharpest apparent change in reader-opinion in TIME'S experience. -ED.

Sirs: Two alternatives face the people of the U. S. in the event that Hitler's drive to the west produces a Nazi victory. Either his influence will...

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