The Week

September 1944
New Republic;9/18/44, Vol. 111 Issue 12, p323
This article presents news including the freedom and restoration of government in the capitals of France and Belgium with Greece soon to follow, the unconscious conspiracy between the United States Army censors and the publication of newspapers in the U.S., and the conclusion of the robot bombs over England, which will soon correct the blackout policy in London, Great Britain.


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