Letters, Apr. 11, 1955

The Yalta Papers

Sir:

Congratulations on the-best and most exact appraisal of The Yalta Story [March 28]. The subtitle tells practically the whole story in a nutshell: "The peace was lost by ignoring justice and the facts of life" . . .

MAX KOFFLER

Brooklyn

Sir:

I wish I were a contemporary Buddha—or even an octopus— so that I might have more than our allotted number of hands to applaud you for having published those pertinent excerpts of Major General John R. Deane's letter to General George Marshall, written before the now hysteric Yalta fiasco....

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