Where Do We Go from Here?

Where Do We Go from Here?

Where Do We Go from Here?

Where Do We Go from Here?

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Since September 3, 1939, Hitler has brought every independent country in Western Europe, with the single exception of Great Britain, under his domination. If Sweden remains formally neutral, it is only because he has, so far, decided that he does not require the advantages he might derive by overrunning it. In South-Eastern Europe, every country except Turkey and Greece lies within the ambit of his power. The Soviet Union retains, so far, its freedom of manœuvre. But it is obvious from the precautions the rulers of the Kremlin have taken to strengthen their frontiers and their defensive preparations that they place no confidence in Hitler's pledge of nonaggression. Not since Napoleon after the signature of Tilsit has the authority of any conqueror in European civilization been so widespread. Not even Napoleon achieved it with a speed as breathless. Only Great Britain stands between Hitler and a decisive empire over the whole European Continent.

On any showing, the achievement is a remarkable one. It is remarkable for the efficiency and rapidity of . . .

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