Foreign News: Inner Hunger

The hungers and doubts of people everywhere found expression in the keen, forthright London Observer: "It is no idle curiosity that looks for the fuller pattern of peace. It is for peace that our men will shortly die. ... It is for peace that the deaths and pains of Europe's peoples cry out. And peace is not just the end of fighting; it is a way of living together.

"There are plans in the making, we know, for the occupation, disarmament and control of defeated Germany. Naturally they are being formed in quiet...

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