Policy in the Making

A Big Three meeting was in the wind. When it would be held was up to Marshal Stalin. But last week both Winston Churchill and Harry Truman gave unmistakable evidence that they thought it should be soon.

To some, perhaps, there was still something incongruous in the idea of Harry Truman being one of the Big Three. No such feelings animated the Russian soldiers who prepared the platform for the U.S.-Soviet victory celebration in Germany (see cut). And to plain citizens everywhere, looking at a map of the world's trouble spots, the urgency of a Big Three meeting was abundantly apparent...

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