REFUGEES: The General Is Vindicated

Sir Frederick Morgan came to headquarters last week to put his affair in order. He flew 3,500miles from Frankfurt to New York to help UNRRA settle the tempest that blew up when he was badly misreported at a press conference (TIME, Jan. 14). The squarejawed, square-dealing British general, who had refused to resign as chief of UNRRA's Germany operations, conferred earnestly for four days with UNRRA's Director General Herbert Lehman.

Then Morgan wrote Lehman regretting the "doubly unfortunate interpretation placed upon my words regarding . . . displaced persons of the Jewish...

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