Foreign News: Nothing Quite Like These

A hint of just how difficult the postwar German problem may be was given last week by New York Timesman Frederick Graham. Of the behavior of Germans remaining in the villages occupied by U.S. troops he wrote: "As a matter of honest reporting, it must be said that those left behind behave in a manner that is touched with quiet dignity. They do not have the hangdog look, and they do not give the impression that they want, or would even accept, sympathy. They give the appearance of people who have not lost either a belief in themselves or their dignity.


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