The Theater: New Play in Manhattan, Apr. 26, 1943

Tomorrow the World (by James Gow & Arnaud d'Usseau; produced by Theron Bamberger) turns an appalling postwar problem into interesting theater. Foreseeing the day when 12,000,000 Nazi-bred children will have to be humanized, it does an advance test-tube job on one of them. Son of an American mother who died when he was a baby, and of a German liberal killed off in a concentration camp, twelve-year-old Emil Bruckner comes — somewhat inexplicably in wartime — to live with relatives in the U.S.

Arrogant, deceitful, a complete little Nazi, Emil flaunts his swastika,...

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