GERMANY: Inside Report

GERMANY Inside Report

News about conditions in the Reich came from U.S. newpapermen who had concluded an involuntary 13-month assignment in swanky Baden-Baden. They had been caught with U.S. diplomats and relief workers when the Nazis marched into Vichy. Now, exchanged for Germans and Frenchmen interned in the U.S., they were sailing home from Lisbon.

Show in Baden-Baden. The "official" Americans were interned in the superluxurious Brenner's Hotel, one of Europe's showplaces. The food was sufficient, but far below the standards of a U.S. corner drugstore. There were many wealthy German vacationists around,...

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