A Letter From The Publisher, Sep. 17, 1945

John Scott is trying to re-open our Berlin office among the ruins, and here are a jew paragraphs from his report on some of the things he is running up against:

"When Knauth and Wertenbaker left after the Potsdam conference I was sleeping on a cot in the hall, had the use of a desk, and that's about all.

"Now I have a two-room flat at Limastrasse 12. It's nicely furnished for Berlin—there's a bed (but no sheets for six weeks), a couple of desks, chairs, and even a piano. Somehow the Russians overlooked most...

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