GERMANY: Museum Piece

Adolf Hitler is not dead yet. He spoke this week in Berlin's Zeughaus Museum, commemorating Nazi Germany's Heroes' Memorial Day. There was no doubt that the voice was Hitler's; but it was a different voice from the one the world was used to hearing, harsher, monotonous and mumbling; and the words were spoken by a changed man. Perhaps by order, there was no applause.

What Adolf Hitler told his people will not live long in their hearts and minds. He spoke again of Germany as the barrier to Bolshevism, said that the front was stabilized after "undeserved" reverses, and...

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