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W hat French territories are to be directly annexed to Ger­ many and Italy they do not yet know. Nor will it matter very much while the Fascist empires rule Europe, for all France will become tributary to Berlin and Rome. In order to sustain the national morale a little, many brave words are now being spoken in France about the immortality of her people and the uncrushability of her soul. In the long run France may live again, but until Hitler’s power is crushed she must toil and sweat for his purposes and for no other.

On October 14 and 19, 1933, Hitler took Germany out of the Disarmament Conference and the League of Na­ tions—acts which plainly said that he meant to smash the peace settlements of 1919 and make another German bid for world power. But the plain intent was denied. ” A t that time Germany needed arms for no purpose other than territorial conflict. And when German rearmament had a good start, Hitler raised the question of abolishing Austria. ” Words could not be plainer, yet in March, 1937, after a great fifth column had done its work inside of Austria, Hitler suddenly fell upon Austria with his new army and destroyed her independence.

Stimson became Secretary of War; Frank Knox, Secretary of the Navy. And Senator Burke, of Nebraska, introduced a bill for selective, compul­ sory military training of the nation's manhood. A F T E R T H E FA LL OF F R A N C E June 26, 1940 It is p r o b a b ly im p o s s ib le fo r anyone to g ra sp to d a y the full significance of what has happened in France during the last two weeks. The French government was con­ fronted with a tragic alternative: it had to cease resistance in France and retire to Africa to continue the struggle; or else it had to bow to Germany and Italy, give up the strug­ gle entirely, and take whatever Hitler chose to give.

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