Europe Underground

May 1942
New Republic;5/25/42, Vol. 106 Issue 21, p733
Presents information on the social and political conditions of the European countries under the German rule. Claim that the Nazis are planning wholesale reprisals for the Commando raids on Norway; Imprisonment of the friends and associates of the Norwegian royal family; Information that occupation costs, of about 400,000 German soldiers, civilians and members of the Gestapo quartered on Norway, are two-fifths of Norway's total income; Details of the exploitation of Poland, which has been proceeding longer than that of any other occupied country.


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