RUSSIA: Finnish Finish

Last week the Finnish delegation to Moscow went home with corns and cool heels on its diplomatic feet from having patiently attended the Soviet Foreign Office, but with considerable pride in its heart in not having yet knuckled under to the U.S.S.R. After four days without so much as seeing either Joseph Stalin or Foreign Commissar Viacheslav M. Molotov, but having made it clear that there were some things that could not be surrendered, even by the weak to the strong, the delegates left for Helsinki. Negotiations, indefinitely postponed, apparently broke down...

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