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In the article on the right, one of Hitler's refugees from Warsaw recalled the terror of the Nazi attack on her city and what she learned as a result:

"And now I am in America, back to normal life, walking through streets unscarred by bombs and artillery fire, eating all I want to, working, visiting friends, going to the movies, laughing... Nevertheless, I do feel the effect of war. I look upon the world with new eyes and all my standards of value are changed. One who has undergone the dreadful ordeal of modern blitzkrieg can never be the same again."

Click here to read about the German concept of Blitzkrieg.

Click here to read about the fall of Paris...

     


A Blitzkrieg Refugee Speaks (The American Magazine, 1941)

A Blitzkrieg Refugee Speaks (The American Magazine, 1941)

A Blitzkrieg Refugee Speaks (The American Magazine, 1941)

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