GERMANY: Twenty Years After

The tired, taut-eyed Fuhrer and all the lesser fiihrers gathered in a Munich beer cellar to think back to the Putsch that failed just 20 years ago. They had been younger men then, with nothing to lose, and hope had flowed easily. Now Adolf Hitler said they could still hope: "The German people and its soldiers, who have not allowed any traitor chief to arise, are shaping the impregnability of the Reich. . . . The war will be fought fanatically to the end. . . . We can not reach America—but one state [presumably Britain] is in our...

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