To try to win this war by head-on assault against an intact Germany would be madness—But we can win, and win in two years, by first using these weapons: Blockade, Air Bombing and Propaganda Douglas ReedBy DOUGLAS REED15 min
THE PRIZE goes to apples as the world’s best all-round fruit. For our pleasure and profit we drink the delicious juice, to our vast enjoyment we pick the biggest, juiciest beauty in the basket and sink our teeth into it, to our own and our table’s advantage we serve them cooked—in pies and puddings, in pickles, stuffings and garnishes to accompany the meat course and as an ingredient in savory or dessert combinations.By HELEN G. CAMPBELL7 min
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