Foreign News: Documentation

Secret documents are always published after a major war, years afterward as a general thing. But just before the peace of last week (see p. 75), His Majesty's Government in the United Kingdom made historic haste, disclosing in a White Paper ten documents of the Czechoslovak crisis, hitherto secret. Although these did not quite tell all, for verbal encounters had been of great importance, they provided future historians with prompt and vital data, provided glimpses behind the scenes of the recent crisis:

Document 1 is the final Runciman Report, summing up scores...

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