GERMANY: How It Was

From Stockholm last week New York Times Correspondent George Axelsson, just out of Germany, gave the best and newest slant on much-discussed conditions inside Germany:

Germans who were inclined to criticize the Nazi campaign in Russia had been reminded by Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop that it was useless to rebel against a dive-bomber. Most Berliners seemed heavily apathetic to what was called "the new type of winter warfare in Russia," to Hitler's declaration of war against the U.S., to Japan's Far Eastern successes.

Blind, legless or armless veterans of the Russian Front are numerous on Berlin streets. So are...

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