Army Talks 1944 11 25 (PDF)




Vol. II No. 45

Blueprint for World War III

What does the German soldier think about the war now? Since D-Day he has really been taking it. He’s groggy. He’s down. But is he out? Is he ashamed of his part in the grab that Hitler tried to get away with? Is he ready to admit that crime doesn’t pay? Is he prepared to be – a Dagwood the rest of his life instead of a Superman? ARMY TALKS sent a reporter out to visit a German PW camp. He talked to the prisoners there in a quiet, green meadow beside the river … asked them what they thought about the end of the war … about their future and the future of Germany. A stenographer wrote down the conversations word for word.

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