International: Two Elections

In a critical plebiscite, the tide of popular balloting in Europe ran heavily against Russian domination last week. In an important election, it was a powerful undertow. In Greece, voters balloted nominally for or against return of the monarchy in the person of King George II, long an exile in Britain. Actually, they were voting for or against the spread of Communism in Greece, against the threat of Russian domination in the guise of Yugoslav, Albanian and Bulgarian menace in the north.

In Germany's Russian zone, voters were nominally electing a slate of municipal officials. Actually, they were voting for or against...

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