Letters, Jan. 8, 1945

What's the Policy?

Sirs:

The question in Greece is: Who are the British fighting? (TIME, Dec. 11 et seq.).

If they are fighting a minority which is attempting to enforce its will by force of arms, then they are performing the first police job for the prevention of War III, concerning which we have been giving so much free conversation.

(SGT.) JOHN WARREN

Denver

Sirs:

. . . We have criticized the Chinese for fighting among themselves, instead of concentrating on the Japs. What are the Allies doing in Greece?

GEO. HENRY ELLIS Butte, Mont.

Sirs:

. . . The position of both the U.S. and Britain leaves much to...

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