International: The Uncouth Pattern

Last week the chief of TIME'S London bureau, Walter Graebner, completed a tour of western and southern Europe. On his rapid passage from Britain to France to Germany and on down to the Mediterranean, he did not attempt to view each country in definitive detail. Instead, lie tried to do what, in their different ways, the heads of the Big Three must do at their Potsdam Conference: to see Europe and its beaten heart, Germany, as one political whole. In that whole, he found his most significant news in the south.

Graebner's report:...

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