WAR FRONT: Sedta Cuts the Rates

As most U. S. citizens know, German designs on the New World have their primary focus in South America. There a network of Nazi airlines twists and twines, like the tentacles of a determined octopus over 23,000 miles of strategic routes (South American mileage of Pan Am & affiliates: 26,000 miles). Owned or controlled by huge Deutsche Lufthansa, they operate at a considerable financial loss. But their pilots fly for the Fatherland, not for pfennigs. Lufthansa and her keen-eyed brood are 1) the arteries of German propaganda taken from Wilhelmstrasse to Rio...

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