RUSSIA IS FOLLOWING in Germany’s footsteps (“Putin the terrible,” World, Sept. 3). In 1934, Hitler increased the size of the German army, while last week Putin promised to plow billions into military-related industries. In 1936, Germany re-militarized the Rhineland, while in August, the chief admiral of the Russian navy presented the idea of re-militarizing the Mediterranean.
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