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In Europe's propaganda* war the Germans have, as might have been expected, come out second best. They often handle the art of communication clumsily. In War II, when they have not been caught stupidly lying—as when they insisted the Ark Royal had been sunk, even though a U. S. naval attache lunched aboard her and found differently—they have artlessly suppressed information which would on the whole have done their cause good rather than harm. Last week Germany had yet to admit the loss of even one submarine in seven weeks' warfare at sea....

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