Abilene Reporter News, September 18, 1938

Abilene Reporter News

September 18, 1938

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Issue date: Sunday, September 18, 1938

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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1938, Abilene, Texas Allies Can Outlast Germany And Italy In War, lTs WASHINGTON, Sept. Hitler has KUn3, Unk, ena WASHINGTON, Sept. Hitler has guns, links and airplanes, but Britain, Prance and Russia have butter, oil, cot- Ion, grain, Iron and (he latter will win out In the long run, some Amcrlcn experts said loday. Analyzing the economic resources ot the Franco-British group opposed lo the German-Italian group, (he experts concluded the first combination would far outlast the Mcond tn event they become engaged In war. The same experts who last week said Hitler was "talking through his steclhelrnet." when he said a blockade at Germany would prove an extremely Ineflectlve weapon, summed up the eco- nomic situation of Ihes World war allies as follow GREAT BRITAIN: Insufficiency of foods In the mother country offset by abundant production in the dominions which can be 1m- ported if, is Is widely presumed, Britain retains command of the sens. Sufficiency o! coal Iron. No petroleum or cotton but these, loo, can be Imported through convoys. Great Britain began last spring, through a special act of parlia- ment, to store prime materials lot use In case ct emergency TRANCE; Full sufficiency of foods, coal and Iron. Lacks petro- leum and cotton. France Is in an even better position than Britain. BUIA; tr