The Bandwagon

June 1944
New Republic;6/26/44, Vol. 110 Issue 26, p850
Presents news clippings related to various socio-political issues in several countries. Statement made announcing that Baron von Weizsaecker, German ambassador to the Holy See, has left his residence in Rome and moved to Vatican City; Control of government over the mail-order business; Comment made by German Field Marshal Erwin Rommel warning of the presence of land mines beneath the spring flowers covering the fields near the Channel ports; Indifference shown by the people of Versailles, France, to the report of invasion in Versailles.


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