World: Ultimate Tribute

Last week a German military spokesman, Lieut. General Dietmar, broadcast over the Berlin Radio:

"It must be impressed on every one that decisions against such an enemy as Russia cannot be achieved in no time. The easiest and most complete victories are achieved when the moral resistance of the army—the will to fight—is hit quickly. Against Soviet soldiers there is no chance of weakening this moral resistance by bitter experiences—a process which in other armies spreads like wildfire.

"The Russians are unusually capable of both taking it and giving it. The war against the Soviet Union is a fight against the most...

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