The Press: Holes in the Curtain

As part of their peace offensive, the Communists have begun to lift the Iron Curtain that has kept almost all newsmen out of Russia and its satellites since the start of the cold war.

¶In Berlin, United Press Correspondent Kenneth Brodney expects to leave for Moscow next month on a Russian visa. Correspondent John Gordon of Lord Beaverbrook's London Sunday Express left this week for Moscow. Other agencies and newspapers also have been told unofficially that their correspondents are likely to get visas for Russia.

¶ In Moscow last week, the Russians announced that they were easing up on restrictions within...

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