BULGARIA: To the Exit

Last week Bulgaria longed to get out of the war with the longing of a dying man for life. In Sofia before an extraordinary session of Parliament Premier Ivan Bagrianoff spoke extraordinary words. What he said might be timely demagoguery, but it implied that Bulgarians wanted to hear it, and it foreshadowed the. social changes which may accompany the break of satellite states with the Nazis.

Said Bagrianoff: "The majority of the Bulgarian people never wanted to interfere in a large-scale conflict between great powers. The Government declares it fully recognizes this. It is determined to remove all obstacles that stand in...

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