Hitler's Appeasement Offensive

February 1943
New Republic;2/15/43, Vol. 108 Issue 7, p199
Focuses on Nazis propaganda during the World War II for a negotiated peace with Great Britain and the U.S. Claims that the speeches broadcast on the tenth anniversary of Nazi power show that gloom has come over the Nazi leaders; Comments on the feeling among Americans which is much stronger against the Japanese than against the Germans; Report that the chief energies of the Nazis are directed toward depicting the menace to the West as coming not from the Orient but from Bolshevism; Opinion of the U.S. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Winston Churchill, Prime Minister of Great Britain, regarding the propaganda; Claims that the Russian state is not aiming at a Bolshevist world revolution, it is aiming only at a genuine security within its boundaries.


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