THE NATIONS: Work Wanted?

Said "an important British source" in London last week:, the biggest difficulty confronting Messrs. Truman, Churchill and Stalin at their Berlin meeting this month will be to find enough to do.

For better or for worse, the Polish issue had been settled (see FOREIGN NEWS). San Francisco had completed a world charter (see below). British, Russian and U.S. .occupation policies for Germany were not exactly in tune, but they had raised no violent discord. So what would the Big Three have to talk about? The British source listed two wordy topics:

¶When & where the European peace conference would be...

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