OCCUPIED EUROPE: Gestapo on Trial

Around its conference tables last week, the Gestapo was none too pleased with itself. One of its biggest jobs was not getting done. Throughout Occupied Europe pudgy Heinrich Himmler and his lean Chief Executioner Reinhard Heydrich kept hanging and shooting rebels. But still the revolt went on.

Yugoslavia's civil war raged harder than ever. The Nazis and their stooges caught so much hell from former Yugoslav soldiers, Serb Chetnik guerrillas and other Yugoslav patriots that puppet Premier Milan Neditch of Serbia called on the peasantry to battle for the Axis. Snorted a...

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