The Week

March 1941
New Republic;3/17/41, Vol. 104 Issue 11, p355
The article presents news briefs concerning international politics for the week of March 17, 1941. The German military expansions into the Balkan region are described, highlighting the securing of Yugoslavia. The forcing of the French government into cooperation with the Nazi powers are reported. The Japanese foreign ministerial visit of Yosuke Matsuoka to Germany is analyzed.


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