Foreign News: World War III?

The views of Vice President Henry A. Wallace cannot be labeled as the views of the U.S. Government. His unique position in the Administration leaves him free to express opinions which a President or a Secretary of State could not publicly state. Last week he stated such an opinion.

"We shall decide some time in 1943 or 1944," he said, "whether to plant the seeds of World War III. That war will be cer tain if we allow Prussia to rearm either materially or psychologically. That war will be probable in case we double-cross Russia. . . . Unless the Western democracies...

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