The Week

April 1941
New Republic;4/7/41, Vol. 104 Issue 14, p451
The article presents news briefs concerning U.S. and international politics for the week of April 7, 1941. The revolution of Yugoslavia against Nazi German occupational forces is described along with its international impact. The Japanese foreign relations with Germany and non-Axis powers are discussed. The seizure of Axis owned shipping vessels in U.S. waters are reported on.


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