Religion: Not by Bread Alone: Not by Bread Alone

Under Naziism, the soul of Germany all but died. Under the occupation, its failing spark has yet to be blown again into flame. Lest it go out altogether, the Rev. Geoffrey P. Druitt, British Assistant Chaplain General, last week delivered a message, almost a prayer, to the British forces in Germany:

"For more than a year the German people, living in squalor and rubble in their ruined cities, have faced nothingness. . . . We shrug our shoulders and say, 'They asked for it,' we are doing all we can to feed the bodies of this people.

"We have done nothing for the...

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