GREECE: Glimpses of a Battlefront

Within the borders of Greece, nothing happened last week so important to the country's future as what went on in the minds of men in Moscow, Belgrade and Washington (see INTERNATIONAL). There was war in Greece; but at the suddenly historic town of Konitsa the fighting had subsided. TIME Correspondent Mary Barber pushed into the town, sent her cable in short "takes":

Cable 34:

Approaching Konitsa, a few shells passed overhead as we bumped along in a Canadian-built truck which the makers would not have recognized, there was so much wire and string holding it together. We lost count of the...

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