As the buds swelled to bursting on Hitler's vine of war, the saboteurs against the New Order were still nipping at the roots underground. Last week, from governments-in-exile and other anti-Axis sources, there were many reports of their slow, courageous work:
Belgian rebels were credited with causing 125 railway accidents during the past month.
Hungary was incensed by Nazi demands for one-third of Hungary's soil and increased food production for the German Army. Hungary's six largest plants, including its only rubber and biggest chemical factory, had been damaged.
Italy resented rumors that Germany would...