3P!rnChronicles A M A G A Z I N E OF A M E R I C A N C U L T U RErnPERSPECTIVErnAllied Crimes Against Humanityrnby Anthony HarriganrnThe forced repatriation of anticommunists.rn10rnVIEWSrnAlfred Rosenberg by George Watson 14rnrhc triumph of tedium.rnThe Russo-German Symbiosis in the First 18rnand Second World Wars by Ralph de ToledanornIts meaning today.rnThe Eternal Regiment by Ralph Walker-Willis 23rnThe continuing saga of the 442nd.rnAlice of Malice by Bill Kauffman 26rnThe other side of Rooseveltism.rnOPINIONSrnDead Weight by Paul GottfriedrnDavid Frum: Dead Right.rnWh’ neoconservatives should start jogging.rnREVIEWSrnRadical Right-Wing Populism in Western Europernby Hans-Georg Betz may be a preview of comingrnattractions, reports Michael Washburn ••rnJohn C. Vinson recommends The ImmigrationrnInvasion by Wayne Lutton and John Tanton • •rnPeter Shaw’s Recovering American Literature isrngood despite its optimistic title, writes Loxley F.rnNichols • • Saul Bellow can be bold butrnmisguided in It All Adds Up: From the Dim Pastrnto the Uncertain Future, says Peter Laurie • •rnThe Rape ofEuropa: The Fate of Europe’s Treasuresrnin the ‘Third Reich and the Second World Warrnbv Lynn H. Nicholas is as much about pillage asrnperseverance, writes Theodore Pappas ••• MaxrnOelschlaeger’s Caring for Creation: An EcumenicalrnApproach to the Environmental Crisis attemptsrnto redesign Christianity, reports ChiltonrnWilliamson, Jr. ••rnCORRESPONDENCE —rn30rn33rnLetter From Zanesville: Stupid but Securernby Jeffrey Michael KanernVITAL SIGNS -rn39rnLetter From England: Our Shortsighted Rulersrnbv Christie Daviesrn39rnART: The Art of Adolf Hitlerrnby Mark WarrenrnPOLITICS: Austria’s Populist Facernby Donald WarrenrnJOURNALISM: Telos and the Populist Rightrnby Paul GottfriedrnECONOMICS: The Economist as Humanist-rnWilhelm Roepkernby Ralph E. AncilrnLETTERS: Remembering Cleanth Brooksrnby William MillsrnDEPARTMENTSrnPOLEMICS & EXCHANGESrnCULTURAL REVOLUTIONSrnPRINCIPALITIES & POWERSrnRacial Politicsrnby Samuel FrancisrnCORCYRA MEMORANDArnTHE HUNDREDTH MERIDIANrnEnclosurernby Chilton Williamson, Jr.rnPOETRYrnEnough Guilt to Go Aroundrnby John Nixon, Jr.rnSongrnandrnWryneck by Peter RussellrnON THE COVERrn42rn43rn44rn45rn48rn13rn49rn17rn22rn29rnCover design by Anna Mycek-Wodecki.rnFEBRUARY 1995/3rnrnrn