Said a high Administration official last week: the Big Three will meet again right after the U.S. elections, since Franklin Roosevelt cannot get away before then.

Apparently Winston Churchill could not wait. This week he turned up in Moscow to see Joseph Stalin (see FOREIGN NEWS). The British and the Russians had certain mutual problems (Poland, the Balkans). But there were still big question marks that required the presence of all three to solve: 1) what to do with Germany; 2) how to decide what Dumbarton Oaks left undecided. Said the Administration source: the Big Three will keep their post-election...

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