BATTLE OF EUROPE: Must Britain Take It?

An effulgent moon lighted the way to German U-boat yards at Flensburg on the Baltic. Munich, Naziism's spawning ground, and the Saar industrial basin were also raided. Swiss reports said that damage to Munich had caused the cancellation of a big Nazi party.

The knowledge that the R.A.F. was hammering at Germany's pride, as well as at her industry, was a reminder to many Britons that their own island, at any time, might suffer a revengeful onslaught from the Luftwaffe. Last week's dispatches from Moscow and London reported three new German planes in action:

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