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Rome-Berlin Axis and Continuing War Fears
Although Germany and Italy have already attained, by force or the threat of force, many of the objectives voiced by their leaders, that fact has not served to allay fear of war in Europe. Satisfaction of one or another of the German or Italian demands has eased the prevailing tension only momentarily. Crisis has succeeded crisis with such rapidity that settlement of the latest menacing situation has merely been followed by speculation as to where the next blow will fall.