The Axis squawked last week about the way Axis citizens, newly released by the U.S., had been treated during their internment:
> Axis newsmen, to whom iron censorship is as natural as dictated copy, grumbled that, from March on, their news reading had been limited to the news-crammed New York Times.
> The German radio claimed that New Orleans jailers had thrown one German woman among prostitutes and an infanticide.
> Germans considered it "a hell" to have had Jewish and Negro guards at Camp Upton, Long Island.
> Tokyo quoted Italian diplomats who accused Americans on Hawaii of mobbing and lynching Japanese.