The Week

August 1940
New Republic;8/26/40, Vol. 103 Issue 9, p259
The article discusses issues related to global politics and international conflicts. Some people believed that the claims of the British regarding the outcome of the Battle of Britain are more truthful than the contentions of the Germans. The loss of Somaliland is not crucial to the British because the British naval forces are known to be tougher than the Italians. It is stated that the idea of Wendell Wilkie on decentralization in the industry is critical to the defense effort of the nation.


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