NORWAY: Prize Dream

Through Oslo's winter evenings Jacob Roeken Oedegaard, a young quisling, dreamed approved dreams and worked on his short story. It won first prize ($35) in a Storm Trooper's contest. Wrote Storm Trooper Oedegaard:

". . . The hour of settlement for the Dollar State had arrived. One by one the Nordics in Europe had settled with their enemies. The Bolshevik rule in the Kremlin had collapsed in the late summer of 1944. ... Then came England's turn. This nation of shopkeepers experienced six weeks of storm—ashore, at sea and in the air. The American Expeditionary Force on the British Isles was...

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