INTERNATIONAL: Days of the Double N

Germany's rulers turned their thoughts to the days of the Double N: Nach der Niederlage (after the defeat).

"Permanent Fight." From Stockholm came the details of a weird Nazi plan to save Naziism after the war is lost. Count Anton von Knyphausen, for years a German correspondent in Helsinki, said that he had decided to quit the Nazi cause, would gladly tell the Allied world what he knew.

The Nazis, said Knyphausen, are preparing to use selected military units to form "islands of resistance," chiefly in the mountain regions. They mean to emulate the...

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