THE BALKANS: Actions Speak Louder

Last week many political experts wrote many long—and contradictory—opinions on the Balkan situation. The big problem was the exact meaning of last fortnight's non-aggression pact between Bulgaria and Turkey. It was, some of the experts said, a brilliant political stroke by the Axis, a sign that Turkey had no intention of opposing a Nazi seizure of Bulgaria. On the other hand, others said, the pact meant that if Bulgaria was walked over by Germany, Turkey would not grab at Bulgarian territory—and Turkey's alliance with Britain was intact. Turkish Foreign Minister Sükrü...

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