The Week

July 1943
New Republic;7/19/43, Vol. 109 Issue 3, p60
The article discusses events related to world politics. The author suggests United Nations (UN) forces are exercising cautious tactics in Europe and may advance in Burma and the Aleutian Islands. Russian soldiers continue to resist a push by German forces into Russia. The Communist Party has endorsed Frank Hague, the mayor of Jersey City, New Jersey.


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