FOREIGN RELATIONS: Mission to Prague

This week long, lean Laurence Steinhardt, who heard the rumblings of Europe for three years as U.S. Ambassador at the Ankara listening post, was off again for Europe. His destination was Prague, where he would be the first U.S. Ambassador to Czechoslovakia. With him would be Major General Clarence Huebner, commander of the Third Army's V Corps, who would continue to command U.S. troops in eastern Germany and be military attache at the Prague Embassy.

Harry Truman had thus dispatched a crack team to what might well be the most important new...

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