International: They Can't Drive Us Out

The Russians last week threw practically everything they had against besieged Berlin—everything except five well-equipped Red army divisions hovering under the chestnuts of Potsdam ten miles away. Never before had a city of three million people, in time of "peace," been summoned to surrender before the threat of starvation, civil war within, or a bigger war without. It seemed clear by last week that, in the Communist Baedeker, Berlin was listed right after Prague.

"Show Your Courage." As "economic and administrative sanctions" against the Western powers, the Russians last week stopped all food trains...

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