Leaving aside the fact that this is yet another installment of 'It's 1939 And The Next Hitler Is About To Invade Poland' silliness, Grassley's historical revisionism is remarkable.
March 22, 1941 - Day 567 of the War in Europe. German raids on Plymouth England for 2nd night in a row. RAF Bombers attack German submarine bases in Occupied France. British people feel RAF attacks not severe enough. Germans constructing submarine base in Far East. U.S. Navy to convoy War supplies across Atlantic. Big question is Yugoslavia will join Axis or not. Conscientious Objectors dealt harshly in Germany. Congress passes $4billion Military Appropriations Bill in four hours.
March 8, 1941. News of the day including British raid on the Norwegian island of Lofoten. Vote expected on Lease-Lend Bill. German reports sinking of British ships on the rise. German air attacks on Malta continue. Germany charges U.S. of attempting influence over Yugoslavia. Japanese Foreign Minister Matsuoka visits Berlin.
A talk by James Frederick Green from The American Foreign Policy Association on "The Debate Over the President's Foreign Policy" in January 1941.
Sunday Radio shows of the past - Our Foreign Policy episode from October 5, 1940 - short talk given by A. Randall Elliot from The American Foreign Policy Assn. - the subject is: What Is Left Of United States Neutrality?
(Hamilton Fish III - once observed distributing copies of The Protocols Of The Elders Of Zion out of his Senate office) Let it never be said that t
(February 1941 - Marching to Bulgaria) February 9, 1941 fell on a Sunday. Not very much happening on Capitol Hill but a lot going on in the Europea
(Alf Landon - in 1941 had a curious solution to our problem in Europe) After an unsuccessful run for President against FDR in 1936, former Republic