OPINION: Irascible Critic

Said the unofficial Army & Navy Journal last week: "Since D-day in France, greater preoccupation has been shown by Russia in her Baltic and Balkan campaigns and by Great Britain in Italy, Greece and Albania than in the prime objective of our armies—the prompt defeat of Germany. In the liberated countries there have been Communistic and British interference and clashing which affect military operations. ... It was expected from the attitude of Marshal Stalin a year ago that he would cooperate. . . . [Now] Communistic activities would indicate that no effective brake has been applied."

In short, the Army...

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