The Press: Aunt Genevi

If a wise citizen of Paris wants to know what Hitler and Stalin are thinking, what will be the next fantastic episode in an improbable war, he reads what Geneviéve Tabouis has to say in L'Oeuvre, then waits for the exact opposite to happen. For Tabouis is one of the most readable and unreliable reporters of secret political maneuvers, behind-the-scenes diplomacy in all Europe.

Last week Tabouis, out on a limb as usual, flatly predicted a peaceful settlement of little Finland's unwilling controversy with Soviet Russia. Next day a Soviet army crossed Finland's frontier (see p. 23) and Soviet planes dropped bombs...

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