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With the German invasion of Poland underway, Pug Henry is called to Washington for a meeting with President Roosevelt. The President is impressed that Pug foresaw the German-Soviet pact and asks him to write from time to time on items that might be of interest. Pug is a bit concerned when he learns from Warren, who is at flight school, that Madeline is now living and working in New York. Rhoda Henry continues to see Palmer Kirby. Byron Henry and Natalie Jastrow make their way to Warsaw and seek the protection of Natalie's friend, Leslie Slote, who works at the US Embassy. Arrangements are made for neutral foreign nationals to be evacuated through Germany, which may pose problems for any Jews seeking to escape the carnage. Byron still isn't quite sure what to do with his life so he decides to return to Italy to complete his work for Aaron Jastrow. Written by garykmcd

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7 February 1983 (USA)  »

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As the refugee train pulls out of the station, the last car has a flashing red end of train device. The ETD (or FRED) was first introduced in the USA in 1969 (time approximately 1:17.) See more »

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Adolf Hitler: So, what is new in all this?
Field Marshal Walter von Brauchitsch: Fuhrer, is is the army's final position. Case Yellow cannot proceed.
Adolf Hitler: Why not?
Field Marshal Walter von Brauchitsch: Because of the military fundamentals, as stated.
Adolf Hitler: Such as?
Field Marshal Walter von Brauchitsch: The season, to begin with. The meteorologists predict continuous soaking rains for weeks.
Adolf Hitler: It rains on the enemy, too.
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You're a Grand Old Flag
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Written by George M. Cohan
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