Europe Underground

May 1942
New Republic;5/4/42, Vol. 106 Issue 18, p605
Focuses on Sweden's policy of not allowing the warring parties to utilize the Swedish press for propaganda liable to excite opinion and sharpen existing dissension. Suppression of seventeen newspapers by Swedish government for materials they had published about conditions in Norway; Justification given by Swedish Minister of Justice, Karl Gustaf Westman, for action against the Swedish newspapers which printed a syndicated article about German atrocities in Norway; Edict issued by Germans in Norway directing every teacher to join a Nazi teachers' organization, for the purpose of bringing education into harmony with the New Order.


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