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These Men Sought War

The War Illustrated, Volume 1, No. 1, Page 26, September 16, 1939.

Adolf Hitler, born an Austrian, became the apostle of Pan-Germanism, Chancellor of the Reich since 1933 he has established his power on the doctrine of Mailed Fist.

Party leader Rudolph Hess has from early days of the Nazi movement been Hitler's most trusted adherent.

Paul Joseph Goebbels, Reich Minister of Propaganda and supreme master of German press and radio. He Practises his master's doctrine, “The bigger the lie the greater its value.”

Field-Marshal Hermann Goering was recently nominated by Hitler to be his successor as Fuehrer of the German Reich.

Joachim von Ribbentrop, Germany's Foreign, was for a time Reich's Ambassador at the Court of St. James's.

Heinrich Himmler is the dreaded head of Hitler's secret police, the Gestapo. His system of espionage reaches into every house in Germany.

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Why We Are At War

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Why We Are At War

Confronted by the record in other pages if the things Hitler has said and the things he has done, the reader will be in small doubt as to the immediate reasons which have compelled Britain to go to wa

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And These Are They Who Sought Peace

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And These Are They Who Sought Peace

Neville Chamberlain, Britain's Prime Minister, comes first among those who made a noble stand for peace. Queen Wilhelmina of Holland joined in the appeal of King Albert and the Oslo Powers to Hitle

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