Foreign News: Hitler Talks of Time

For the fourth time since World War II began, Adolf Hitler summoned his Reichstag into session in the Kroll Opera House this week to hear him report on the war's progress. Though the British knew he would be there, no bombs fell on Berlin that day. The Führer was in good form. He spoke seriously, with less virulence than usual, and his tone was one of confidence. For the German people his speech was a good bucker-up, if they needed one; for foreigners it was good propaganda.

Herr Hitler spoke of time and the might...

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