EAST GERMANY: Conqueror on Tour

What Nikita Khrushchev so proudly calls "the Socialist Camp" is an armed camp, and not since the Hungarian revolt itself has the naked face of tyranny been so apparent as since the recent execution of Imre Nagy. Last week the U.S. reported to the U.N. that at least 100 imprisoned Nagy supporters are now facing trial in Hungary, and Belgrade reported that six more Hungarians had been executed. At this particular moment, the big boss of this armed camp descended on East Germany, the most heavily occupied (33 divisions) ramparts of his empire, breathing defiance and confidence.

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