Foreign News: What Is to Be Done?

With complicated move and countermove, the four occupying powers settled down last week to the task of ruling conquered Germany. A few picked units of British and U.S. troops packed their gear and took off for Berlin, where they would help the Russians garrison the city.

Bulldozers and sweating U.S. engineers finished a bridge across the Mulde. Over it rumbled the Berlin-bound U.S. troops. Soon Russians would cross it in the other direction to take over territory vacated by the Americans. On the Autobahnen of Saxony and Thuringia U.S. vehicles rumbled west and south,...

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