U.S. At War: Not-So-White Paper

Washington Newshawks Forrest Davis and Ernest K. Lindley unloosed a fat scoop last week. In the first of two articles in the Ladies' Home Journal, they reported the inside details of how war came to the U.S,, Some of the things Davis and Lindley had to tell:

> January 1941, Sumner Welles informed Soviet Ambassador Oumansky "that Hitler has marked Russia for slaughter in the following June." The Under Secretary's declaration was based not on ordinary military intelligence but on an "amazingly interesting foundation which cannot, at this time, be disclosed."...

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