Russian Warning

August 1943
New Republic;8/9/43, Vol. 109 Issue 6, p183
Focuses on the appeal issued in Moscow by National Committee of Free Germany to the German people which advocates for a procedure by which the Germans can obtain better peace terms after the World War II, presumably from the United Nations. Suggestion to overthrow the government of Adolf Hitler in Germany by a coalition of the army and the German people; Suggestion to scrap all laws based on national and racial hatred; Persons who have signed the appeal including exiled writers, former members of the Reichstag and military prisoners of different ranks; Attitude of Soviet government towards the appeal; Implications of the appeal to the West, noting the Soviet Union's desire to have a voice in the peace after the World War II.


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