World War: Mr. Eimcmnsberger Wins

By last week the German Army had achieved a great new margin of superiority in tanks.

Lord Beaverbrook told Britain and the U.S.: "The Russians believe that the Germans at the start of the campaign against them had 30,000 tanks, and in the present offensive against Moscow 14,000 are being employed." The Russians had 14,000 tanks left. Their total was probably under 10,000 on the whole front, probably no more than half that many on the Moscow front.

When a New York Times correspondent wrote of the Moscow battle, he did not refer to...

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