So great was the threat produced by these two attacks that the Germans were reported rushing reinforcements from the eastern theater. On the other side of the Reich the Red Armies continued to batter into the country over a wide front, especially on their northern and southern flanks. The Moscow radio viewed the situation so optimistically today that it said the Nazi fighting machine has been smashed and can't stand up to the Soviet pressure.
All this is of course, vastly encouraging, but it strikes me as important that despite this gigantic-military squeeze the Hitlerites are continuing to display determination to fight to a finish.
Knowledge that defeat is inevitable hasn't yet broken that determination, even though the very foundations of Berlin are shaking. However, that should be qualified.
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I direct your attention again ' to a point I've made in previous articles that when conditions are so critical as they are in Germany, anything can happen at any time. In short, the Nazis might blow up over-night. And it's all right for us to recognize this so long as we don't start day-dreaming. A collapse at this time would be due rather to a snapping of morale than to military or other material deficiencies, although these arc great.
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Therefore we shall be wise to' put aside thoughts of surrender in the immediate future and figure on a considerable strength of bitter and cpstly warfare. Nature and man between them have conspired to put much of the terrain under water, so that fighting is more like a sea battle than land warfare. Under such terrible conditions, units of the Canadian First Army drove into Kleve where they are engaged in hand-to-hand fighting.
This bears the marks of being the start of a flanking" operation to help" open up the Cologne plain to the bines. Along the hundred mile stretch be tween Kleve and Pruem the British and American forces are idle because the Roer river the barrier which they must force to reach the Rhine is many feet above normal level owing to the blowing of the Schwammenauel dam southeast of Aachen by the Germans. The Hitlerites had hoped to cause disaster by this flood, but while it reached a widih oi two miles at one place, it is believed to have reached its peak.
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