The Week

September 1943
New Republic;9/6/43, Vol. 109 Issue 10, p319
The article presents news briefs related to world events as of September 6, 1943. Sumner Welles has been dismissed from his position in the U.S. State Department. Russia has stated that it opposes a post-war federation of European countries that would prove hostile to Russian interests. The film "The Grapes of Wrath" will not be shown in Europe due to its portrayal of aspects of American life.


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