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Remembrance It Was Incredibly Macabre

The son of Karl, Austria's last Emperor (1916-19), Habsburg is now 76. The evening the government fled Paris, former U.S. Ambassador to Belgium Hugh Gibson...

World: Mauled Marshal

Along with all the other bad news, Berlin admitted that it was more or less true about Field Marshal Rommel: he had indeed met with a deplorable accident while...

BATTLE OF THE DESERT: Back to Bengasi

The same Berlin broadcast that told of the fall of Bengasi last week carried another piece of news. For his work in Libya, Adolf Hitler had upped tough Tank...

World: Details by the Fox

Reports that Field Marshal Erwin Rommel had gone home to Berlin with malaria or to Russia with honor, and that Field Marshal Albert Kesselring had assumed...

EGYPT: Under Control?

From Cairo and London last week came cautiously worded hints that Field Marshal Rommel's thrust into Egypt, if it went far enough, might meet an active fifth...

GERMANY: Out of the Desert

GERMANY Out of the Desert Lili Marlene's oldest friends had a get-together last week.* Into the hilly Westphalian town of Iserlohn, through the city gate...

World: A Prisoner Looks Back

"On the whole, I would say that captivity had a beneficial effect upon all but the most unteachable." So, after two years in a German prison camp, a young...

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