Long Hard War Being Predicted
WAR BEING PREDICTED , Woshington, July l.'J—(DP)—T\vo leading government 'official*-'"'warn thai, -Mils will 'be a long and - hard war 'hefore the Axis, is crushed. Senator Tydings of Maryland—In direet answer to ttepresentallve May's prcdicii-on of an early end l,o the war—says J944 'will i)c the •earlJest date for victory. Not until. •then, /Tydings "helieves, eaii the sledge hammer and trip hammer blows he administered.- And ICdgar Ansel Mowrer of the Offiee of War Information .eays victory lies more in the hands of the suhject people--of Europe than In the milHary superiority of. the Unile<l Nations. ' 'Mowrer . "-We- fcxrgct that'Europe .". .conl-ains more ; fully competent •human" heings, 111 o r e Industfial plants, more ship and air hullding^ facilities than the rest of the world together." lie adds "qnep the peoples of this region accept iVaxii'^vpremacy and cooperate with the Axis the Axis will he impregnable to assault."