SOUTH AMERICA: Trojan-Horse Farm

Last week as Allied troops moved in to The Netherlands West Indies to guard the Aruba and Curasao oil refineries, South America became very quisling-conscious. Uruguay set up a "Dies" committee to ferret out wide-flung Nazi activities. Argentine police seized secret Nazi radio stations and broke up street demonstrations while Government officials warned Argentines that Hitler rule would destroy the civilization of centuries. Newspapers in Bolivia and Chile clamored for suppression of blatant Nazi activities. Colombia became jittery over the possibility of sabotage to her oil lines. Latin Americans...

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