The Week

November 1942
New Republic;11/9/42, Vol. 107 Issue 19, p591
This article presents a summary of world events during the week of November 2, 1942. The author questions the wisdom of American military strategy in the Pacific during World War II. He believes the battle over the Solomon Islands highlights the failure of the army and navy to coordinate their strategies. He also reports on the Battle for Stalingrad, U.S. Congressional elections, the massacre at Lidice, and political fortunes of Palestine.


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