The Week

December 1942
New Republic;12/28/42, Vol. 107 Issue 26, p839
Focuses on socio-political issues in different parts of the world. Advance of the Soviet armies on the central front, in the region of the Don River bend; Continuance of the campaign in the South Seas and the British invasion of western Burma; Declaration of the United Nations condemning the bestial policy of the cold-blooded extermination of the Jews; Opinion that the joint army-navy plan to send carefully selected draftees of college age back to the nation's colleges for technical training will not destroy the country's colleges.


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