The Week

May 1942
New Republic;5/25/42, Vol. 106 Issue 21, p715
The article provides world news briefs. The War Production Board has stopped building new factories in order to concentrate men and materials on production. Major General Adolphe Sicé, high commissioner for Free French Africa, arrived in the U.S. from Brazzaville, Congo, which according to the article, is to urge an invasion of Nazi-held France. The U.S. Treasury suggests a fee of $5 as a federal poll tax.


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