International: HOW THEY GET ALONG

Much has been written about Big Three objectives and conflicts; little about how Americans, Russians and Britons get along where they are actually working together. From Berlin, their most important point of working contact, TIME Correspondent Charles Christian Wertenbaker last week cabled:

The Russians in Berlin are soldiers and they behave as soldiers. The best informed American authorities here have told me, in separate interviews, that they have seen no evidence that the Russians are trying to convert the people to Communism or anything else. On the contrary, these authorities say that they...

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