Foreign News: Greeks Meet Greeks

At Beyrouth, Greece's new Premier George Papandreou seemed to be getting somewhere.

After four days in secret sessions, 25 delegates of all the inside-Greece factions assembled by Papandreou signed a "national charter," agreed to bury their differences in a coalition Government. Delegates from Greece's guerrilla armies, who until lately had been nearly as busy fighting each other as the Germans, assented to the formation of a single national army of resistance.

Agreement was a temporary victory for British policy aimed at saving the throne for London's friend, exiled King George II. Delegates of...

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