The Week

March 1944
New Republic;3/20/44, Vol. 110 Issue 12, p363
The article presents world news briefs as of March 20, 1944. The American Air Force is meeting with success in its bombing of Berlin, Germany. The Irish government has refused to send away German and Japanese spies who are protected by diplomatic status. It is reported that a soldiers' voting bill in the U.S. Congress would make it difficult for soldiers to vote.


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