The Shape of the War

February 1941
New Republic;2/17/41, Vol. 104 Issue 7, p198
Presents information on the recent developments in World War II. Improvement in the position of Great Britain and her allies; Appreciation of the Royal Air Force for putting Great Britain in a commanding position; Preparations for the war in Great Britain and Germany; Impact of the lease-lend bill on the potential of war production; Effect on the Nazis of the improved Allied position in the Mediterranean and the Near East.


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