GERMANY: Big, Long Haul

Last week Germany began to hint at what it would do with Russia once the Bear was in the bag. The weekly Reich suggested that there would be a "healthy mixture" of individual and collective farming. It could be gathered from Reich's discussion that the Russian peasants would be loudly assured that some day they might again rule their own roosts. Possibly the little vegetable patches and few animals that Stalin has allowed Russia's collective farmers to cultivate privately—sometimes life-savers—would be somewhat increased under Hitler. But almost certainly Germany would stick...

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