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Anachronisms 

The plot and dialogue indicate that this episode takes place during World War II. However, a news headline on Wolfe's morning paper reads, "Work completed on U.N. buildings." The United Nations was not founded until after WWII.
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Character error 

After General Colonel Dickey mentions two of the instances in history when France was invaded by enemies, Archie says: "And what the Dodgers tend to do to Cleveland". The Dodgers (Brooklyn then, Los Angeles now) are in the National League & Cleveland is in the American. At the time of World War 2, inter-league play was more than 50 years away.
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Continuity 

The same headline appears on the back of Fritz's newspaper several days later - apparently the same prop was used both times.
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Miscellaneous 

Archie asks Fritz to look at an ad in the "Star," but the visible part of the banner on Fritz's newspaper says "NEW YORK R - ."
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