TRIESTE: Storm Center

Nearly a month had passed since the U.S. and Britain announced their plan to break the eight-year-old deadlock over Trieste. Marshal Tito of Yugoslavia was expected to boil with anger, and he did. But he was also expected to calm down and resign himself grudgingly to the Allies' fait accompli. The disquieting fact last week was that Tito showed little sign of calming down.

Communist Tito stuck firmly to his vow to march into Zone A of the Free Territory of Trieste the moment Italian troops march in to take over from Anglo-American...

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