Foreign News: War Without End?

While U.S. tanks clanked into the suburbs of Paris, the London News Chronicle's political correspondent, E. P. Montgomery, brooded over a nightmare that worries a lot of other people: by going underground the Nazis might be able to prolong the war indefinitely.

Groaned Correspondent Montgomery: "The war [in Germany] will go on-underground. Allied military patrols will be ambushed . . . administrators assassinated . . . commanders will die mysteriously. . . . Hitler and the Nazis—particularly Himmler—have learned from their own bitter experience how effective the underground resistance can be. . . .

"There will be a strange reluctance on...

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