Army Talks 1943 11 03 (PDF)




Vol. I No. 6
16 pages

Whats Wrong With The Germans?

WE have proved one thing in America: the German problem is not a racial problem; it is not a problem of blood. When a German family moves to the United States, and lives there for a generation or two, it produces as good citizens as a family from any other stock. Wendell Willkie is an outstanding example ; so in the old days was Carl Schurz. The trouble can’t be blood, or inheritance. It must be surroundings. There must be something deeply wrong with the way Germans are brought up at home. Herbert Agar is the author of this issue of ARMY TALKS.