The man who has really been running the show in U.S.-occupied Germany is smooth, hard-working Lieut. General Lucius D. Clay, whose title has been Deputy Military Governor. This week he got the headman's title too. The U.S. War Department sent General Joseph T. McNarney to the U.N. Military Staff Committee and made Clay commanding general of U.S. troops in Europe and commander in chief of U.S. occupation forces in Germany.

At the same time General Mark W. Clark, who has carried out U.S. policy in Austria in fact as well as title, got a new assistant, Lieut. General Geoffrey Keyes. After...

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