Foreign News: Hope of the Herrenvolk

Two travelers from Occupied Europe reached Turkey. They had traveled separately, did not even know each other. But both had talked with officials in the Reich. In Ankara, both gave much the same account of Germany's last hope.

Strategy in the Dark. German officialdom does not yet admit that Germany has lost the war. The official reasoning:

The decisive battle for Europe will come in a few weeks—not in Normandy, but somewhere between Normandy and Paris. German generals, now running the war without interference from Adolf Hitler, stake all on the Wehrmacht's ability to halt...

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