World Battlefronts: Kamaraden and Cousins

G.I.s in the hard-fought Saar sector last week reported that the Germans battled like devils until capture was inevitable; then on surrender calmly professed pro-Allied feelings. In a group of prisoners there was invariably one well rehearsed in an opening gesture of friendliness. His routine: "I have a cousin in Milwaukee. I haven't eaten in three days. I have never shot an American."


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