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As reported in the War Illustrated in September 1939 No Statesmen knows Hitler so well as Mr Chamberlain, and we have it on his authority that Hitler’s “word is not worth the paper it is written on”. Below are some … Continue reading
When, a week before the invasion of Poland, the correspondents of the British Press were withdrawn from Berlin, a curtain descended upon Germany, cutting if off, as it were, from the outside world. Occasionally it was moved by the breath of rumour, … Continue reading