The Week

February 1942
New Republic;2/16/42, Vol. 106 Issue 7, p219
The article provides world news briefs. William L. Batt, director of materials for the War Production Board, claims the U.S. is in jeopardy of losing because America is not doing enough for the war effort. Germany's army remains strong despite the Russians' military successes. The lack of ships and the U.S. Maritime Commission is considered.


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