Chocolate for the Children

Bliven, Bruce
November 1942
New Republic;11/2/42, Vol. 107 Issue 18, p572
Focuses on parades organized by Nazis in Holland with music band German Storm Troopers by using chocolate bars to lure children with an objective to overcome their fear for the conqueror. Social conditions in Amsterdam, the Netherlands; Scarcity of food in Amsterdam; Efforts made by the band to gather a queue of children; Announcement made by the leader of the band for the children.


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