Repel the Real Invasion

May 1941
New Republic;5/12/41, Vol. 104 Issue 19, p652
Presents an opinion on the strategy of self-defense to be employed by the U.S. in the wake of military invasion by German dictator Adolf Hitler; Critique on the arguments of author Tom Wintringham on installation of home guards in various cities of the U.S.; Overview of typical Hitlerian invasion; Difference in the position of the U.S. with that of Great Britain; Onus on U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt and New York Mayor Fiorello Henry LaGuardia.


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