The Bandwagon

May 1942
New Republic;5/11/42, Vol. 106 Issue 19, p640
Presents brief information from articles on war-time development at different countries published in various journals. View of Britishers about the performance of Indian people during its occupation by Great Britain from The Plainfield, N.J., Courier-News; Text on election from a letter written by John D.M. Hamilton, quoted in The New York Times; Benefits of rubber plantation to Japan from Steel Magazine; Information about a radio program over the Blue network in which the campaign was indorsed by Lieutenant commander Edward H. O'Hare; Treatment given to troops on the transports as explained by a Kansas city man.


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