Bess, Demaree
April 1940
Saturday Evening Post;4/6/1940, Vol. 212 Issue 41, p12
The article discusses the bombing of a hall in Munich where German dictator Adolf Hitler had been speaking in November 1939. It examines certain facts that emerged which make many people suspect that was no question of luck concerning Hitler. The leak of the story of the bombing is explored. Moreover, the article analyzes the social impact of the incident.


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