Foreign News: On the Frontiers

In their campaign to keep U.S. missiles out of Western Europe, the Communists have loudly insisted that Soviet intermediate-range missiles are all kept at home in the Soviet Union and not up on Western Europe's frontiers. When Norwegian Foreign Minister Halvard Lange told his Parliament a fortnight ago that there are Soviet rocket-launching bases in East Germany, Poland and Czechoslovakia, a Soviet spokesman screamed, "That's a lie!", and in the three satellite capitals, local Communists echoed the denials piously. But last week the West German government intelligence service backed up Lange's charge, and other Western and neutral officials helped fill in...

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