Foreign News: The Dividend

Eight weeks ago Bulgaria bowed to the Red Army after 99 hours of war. In Moscow last week, Bulgarian Foreign Minister Petko Stainov signed an armistice with Russia, Britain, the U.S. The Allied commission was headed by Marshal Fedor I. Tolbukhin, who signed for Russia. Lieut. General J. A. H. Gammell signed for the Supreme Allied Commander in the Mediterranean. In Moscow Prime Minister Churchill and Marshal Stalin had agreed on the joint signature. This was the first down dividend on the new Anglo-Russian good will. But Bulgaria was to remain under the Soviet High Command for military purposes. Later on...

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