World War: BATTLE OF BRITAIN: Until the Zero Hour

Adolf Hitler cannot control the angry voltage of his own nerves ; but he is masterful in trying the nerves of others. Last week he had the whole world guessing and jittering.

Words by the guttural thousands blared one day out of the German radio. It was the eighth anniversary of Adolf Hitler's coming to power. All day the air waves chorused Hitler's name. There were programs from the hospital room where the wounded Corporal Hitler decided to enter politics, from the beer hall where Hitler built his Party, from the prison cell...

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