From The New Republic Mail Bag

August 1944
New Republic;8/28/44, Vol. 111 Issue 9, p249
Presents letters to the editor on various international issues related to the World War II. Speculation regarding the German collapse on the Russian front; Benefit to Nazis in resisting more on the Normandy front than in the East; Comment on a letter in the July 24 issue suggesting a plan for removing and re-educating the illegitimate children of Germany.


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