We're Doing a Poor Job in Europe

December 1945
Saturday Evening Post;12/1/1945, Vol. 218 Issue 22, p132
The article comments on the activities of the U.S. Army in Germany. Looters made a mess of the offices of the German industrial plants which complicate the efforts of experts to unearth German industrial secrets. The Army's activities in the country is lowering the prestige of not only the service but also its leading commanders.


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