Europe Underground

October 1942
New Republic;10/19/42, Vol. 107 Issue 16, p498
Informs that stories of German cruelty to the captive peoples of Europe becomes a routine fact. Growth of fear in the Nazi mind and the mounting intensity of the hatred of Europeans; Explanation of the Nazis' conception of law and of legal principle; Reports that the Germans have a "preventive" detention camp for Polish women at Ravensbruck; Information regarding damages caused by revolutions; Announcement by the German authorities, to take specially severe measures against criminals.


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