BULGARIA: Poke from Moscow

Bulgaria's shaky government got no rest from proddings by Germany's enemies to quit Germany's war. Latest poke came last week from Moscow's Pravda and the pen of Bulgar Georgi Dimitroff, onetime defendant at Naziism's Reichstag fire trial and secretary of the late unlamented Communist International (see p. 20). Warned Bulgar Dimitroff: "The national policy of Bulgaria, from the viewpoint of her future, demands loyal cooperation with her neighbors. . . . Only by breaking with Germany at once and assisting in the defeat of Germany will Bulgaria save herself from catastrophe."


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