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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