The Week

December 1941
New Republic;12/8/41, Vol. 105 Issue 23, p747
The article offers world news briefs. The Germans have been driven from the city of Rostov, Russia and Great Britain has penetrated the Axis forces of Libya. The meeting between Germany's Marshal Phillipe Pétain and Marshal Hermann Goering was reported to have an atmosphere of "cordial courtesy." The U.S. railroad wage dispute has been settled with a larger increase of wages approved than the President's Emergency Board had recommended.


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