World Battlefronts: BATTLE OF BERLIN: Victory or Siberia

Vanguard tanks of the Red Army were less than 40 miles from Berlin. But chicken-counting optimists got a sober reminder at week's end from smart Paul Winterton, Moscow correspondent of the London News Chronicle, who cabled:

". . . There is a temptation to imagine the Red Army will be inside the German capital in a matter of days. . . . It is a temptation that should be resisted. . . . We should ask ourselves whether it is a very attractive military proposition for an army to thrust forward in a...

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