UNOCCUPIED EUROPE: In the Latin Quarter

As Adolf Hitler smashed into the Slavic world last week (see p. 24), he appeared to be highly approved in Europe's relatively quiet Latin Quarter. The Governments of Portugal, Spain and France all gave signs of high satisfaction with the progress of the New Order. > Adolf Hitler's own Völkischer Beobachter announced that a Portuguese military mission would shortly be the guest of the German High Command. > In the French Fascist weekly Gringoire Spain's Foreign Minister Ramon Serrano Suner, brother-in-law of Generalissimo Francisco Franco, went much further than mere...

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