CONFERENCES: Potsdam Gleanings

Because Potsdam secrecy remained inviolate last week, the work of 150 diplomatic reporters in Berlin had the fragmentary quality of a country newspaper column.

¶ The British were delighted with President Truman. They said that he came well prepared, spoke with candor and force, did not take a back seat to his more experienced confreres.

¶ Six Poles came to discuss the western boundary of their country. Some said that all six wanted it deep in old Germany on the Oder-Neisse line, including Stettin; others that three of the Poles, led by Deputy...

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