Last Train from Berlin

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Last Train from Berlin

By Howard K. Smith
Knopf, 1942
359 pp. $2.75

An American correspondent, leaving Berlin on the eve of Pearl Harbor, reports that the war on Russia is bleeding Germany dry of men, machines and foodstuffs and that the days of Nazi domination are numbered.

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