The Bandwagon

January 1942
New Republic;1/19/42, Vol. 106 Issue 3, p87
Presents news clippings from different publications related to the Second World War. Discussion on various problems of post-war Europe; Prediction regarding victory of the U.S. and Allies in the war in Europe; Troubles for German dictator Adolf Hitler due to not being a Nazi but for not staying at home; Significance of the Soviet resistance to Germany in Europe for the Allied Power; Comment of Irina Baranova, a beautiful blond ballerina.


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