There was trouble between Moscow and London this week. A row broke into the open, ostensibly over the shape and complexion of postwar Poland. But the sound of the brawling stirred the old ghosts which plain people everywhere had hoped were laid for good & all at Teheran.

Moscow was angry. London was huffy and worried. Washington, acutely interested in the continuing good name of Teheran, was acutely uneasy. Seven weeks after Joseph Stalin, Franklin Roosevelt and Winston Churchill pledged themselves and their countries to ". . . work together in the...

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