A Front in Norway?

Courtesy Reuters

WHETHER or not the United Nations plan to strike this year at Hitler-occupied Europe -- and, if so, when and where -- is of course a closely guarded military secret. But there have been indications that possibly they plan to attack in the far north with a view to joining forces with Russia's Arctic defenders and so set the stage for a later thrust at what seems Germany's most vulnerable flank. Some have viewed the landing of American troops in Northern Ireland as one hint of such a move. Another hint, from the other side, might be the sudden appointment by the Nazis of Vidkun Quisling to the puppet-premiership of Norway. Again, the audacious dash of the German battleships from Brest to the North Sea suggests that Hitler required them for duty in Norwegian waters. Finally, the German press and radio, as spring approached, were giving wide publicity to alleged

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