The Week

October 1942
New Republic;10/26/42, Vol. 107 Issue 17, p527
This article presents a summary of world events during the week of October 26, 1942. The author reports on the latest military developments of World War II and raises the potential for widespread civil wars throughout Europe after Nazi Germany is defeated. He also decries an reactionary editorial in the "Saturday Evening Post."


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