People: People, Aug. 21, 1944


Adolf Hitler's name was prominent—said radio reports—on leaflets secretly distributed throughout Germany. They offered ten marks (40¢) for Hitler's capture, were signed Karl Goerdeler (see FOREIGN NEWS)—the fugitive mayor of Leipzig, on whose head after the recent anti-Nazi bomb plot the Gestapo set a price of 1,000,000 marks.

Henry Morgenthau was reported by Berlin radio to have stolen the great Bayeux Tapestry, the 231-foot masterpiece showing the Norman invaders, during the Secretary's recent visit to Normandy—thus adding the charge of libel to those for which Germany's war criminals may be tried.

Sir Howard Walter Florey, thin-lipped, bespectacled, Australian-born half of the famed Florey-Fleming...

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