GERMANY: Constructive Nazi

Last week the Germans announced that along the coast of Occupied France, German engineers had completed a chain of submarine bases that would assure Germany's victory in the Battle of the Atlantic, were hard at work on "the largest naval bases ever built." Whether or not they were the largest ever, it seemed likely that the new French bases would be pretty good. They were the latest effort of the Nazis' Busiest Beaver, Dr. Fritz Todt,* and last week the Third Reich characteristically rewarded him—by giving him another huge job.

In addition to the two Cabinet posts and five other...

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