THE NATIONS: Poztupimi

People who had nothing better to worry about last week noted a strong dendrophile tendency in the Big Three. They could not stay away from trees. There had been Bretton Woods (see below) and Dumbarton Oaks. Now they were at Potsdam, a German version of the old Slavonic name, Poztupimi, which means "under the oaks."


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