The Second Great War No. 59

AIDING HITLER IN RUSSIA The assistance of Hungary and Rumania was essen­tial to Germany in the Russian campaign, and both satellites soon began to suffer heavy losses, though Rumania com­plained with reason that her troops were sacrificed in preference to those of Hungary. Right, Marshal Antonescu (Rumanian Premier, who in Septem­ber 1940 was styled‘ Conducator ’or leader) inspects a Rumanian position in the Crimean battle zone. Top, the General commanding a Hungarian Corps in the southern sector ot the eastern front discusses the plan of campaign. Photos, Keystone Sport <0 General 2 N
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