The best (i.e., warmest) place to be in Munich on a Sunday morning is in bed. Nevertheless, 8,000 Munchener got up early, waded through ice slush and jammed into the huge, drafty tent of Germany's famed Zirkus Krone. When it finally started, the performance under the Big Top proved altogether worth the early risers' trouble. It was only thin little Socialist Dr. Kurt Schumacher making a speech. But he spoke up to the Allies in some of the boldest language yet used in public by a German in defeated Germany.

Memo to Peacemakers. Schumacher addressed himself chiefly to the Deputies...

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