NAZI PLAN TO INVADE U.S. FROM MEXICO UNFOLDED TO SENATORS

From the July 12, 1944 edition of Stars and Stripes

WASHINGTON, July 11–Adolf Hitler had a complete plan in 1940 for attacking the U.S. from Mexico, Carlton Ward, president of the Fairchild Engine and Airplane Co, told a Senate War Contracts sub-committee today.

Declaring that he saw the plan in French government files while he was in Europe to study the French aircraft industry. Ward said it was based on the use of tanks and mechanized units striking into the U.S. across the Mexico-Texas border.



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German Tiger Tank



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