Oakland Tribune, January 20, 1941

Oakland Tribune

January 20, 1941

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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - January 20, 1941, Oakland, California WEATHER OAKLAND AND VICINITY-GfneriUj <3t viable TCMFEBATCBCS Maximum M I Minimum HAI.STALL List 24 hours .SO I Lift t icaton to dale 1130 I Normal Tun U.S. Wralhrr Bfp.rt Mif II i.4 EXCLUSIVE ASSOCIATED PRESS WIREPHOTO UNITED PRESS H O EDITION VOL CXXXIV- NO. 20 Sc DAILY D OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA, MONDAY, JANUARY 20, 1941 lOc SUNDAY 26 PAGES Hitler, Duce Hatch New War Moves Ace Generals Give .r Dictators Advice At Secret Parley tsy i.ut r. in BERLIN, Jan. questions were reported by in- formed quarters to have occupied the first part of a meeting today between Adolf Hiltcr ard Benito Mussolini in which, it was offi- cially announced, the Axis chief- tains reached complete accord on "all questions." Field Cu-. Wilhclm Koi- to'. chief of the Nazi high com- mand, and a hich Italian officer vcre available for advice on nu- merous technical questions, in- formed Nazis said. The recond part of the confer- ence, they added, was concerned vith diplomatic questions in which German Foreign Minister Joachim von Hibbentrop and Italian For- eign Minister Galcazzo Cinno aided. BONDS TIGHTENED A D.N.B., German official news ngency. communique said: Fuehrer and II Duce, on the occasion of their meeting in the presence of the foreign minis- ters of the Axis, had an extensive conversation concerning the tion. "It came off in the spirit of the heartfelt friendship between the two chiefs and of the close fishting alliance existing be- tween the German and Italian people. ACCORD' "It resulted in complete accord ns recards the views of both con cernins all questions." Fuitlit-r of jr.ccUn; ere not disclosed. If military advisers were present during any part ot the discussion, the communique failed to mention' that fact From this It would seem the dis- cussions were principally political rather than military, although must be remembered that Fuehrer and It Duce are comman- dcrs-in-chicf of their respective forces and have assumed full mili- tary responsibility for the conduct of their armies, navies and air forces SECUECV SURPRISES What surprised forcicn dcnts most wa< the insistence of the Wilhclmstraisc at pm lhat Hitler and Mussolini had r.ot met, when only tv.o hours lalor the cifii-f cial information was divulged to the, effect that both lenders had dif- the situation extensively. The official communique f.uled to the time