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One of the very few literati who recognized what a German military presence in the Rhineland meant was a one legged American veteran of the last war named Laurence Stallings (1894 - 1968). This article appeared to be about the great benefit afforded to us all by hard working photo-journalists who supplied us daily with compelling images of various far-flung events, but it was in all actuality a warning to our grand parents that the world was becoming a more dangerous place..

"I think the unforgettable picture of the month will come from shots stolen near a French farmhouse by Strasbourg, when the French were countering Hitler's move into the Rhineland...Routine were the crustacean stares of the Italian children in gas masks last week, where they practiced first aid against chlorine and mustard barrages..."

Pictured above is a neighborhood in the Sudetenland after the Nazi invasion.

     


The Advance on the Rhineland and Other Forebodings (Stage Magazine, 1936)

The Advance on the Rhineland and Other Forebodings (Stage Magazine, 1936)

The Advance on the Rhineland and Other Forebodings (Stage Magazine, 1936)

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