INTERNATIONAL: Wanted: A Miracle

Anthony Eden spoke soberly in Ottawa of the need for cooperation among World War II's great powers. In London, exiled statesmen fretted about frontiers not yet won back from the enemy (see col. 2). In Washington, U.S. Under Secretary Sumner Welles felt his way through labyrinthine American emotions toward a formula for a postwar world (see p. 24). In all this hullabaloo, one small voice put the problem squarely to the powers which after all must solve it. Said Milan Grol, Yugoslav Minister of Communications and liberal Serb candidate for the vacant post of Foreign Minister in the exiled government:


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