THE NATION: Help, Hope & Shelter

The funeral of John Foster Dulles was a hero's tribute, the first in the nation's history to be designated by the President as an "official" funeral. Gathered at Arlington National Cemetery was the greatest assemblage of foreign statesmen and diplomats ever to attend the burial of a U.S. citizen.

The Warrior. Germany's oaken Chancellor Konrad Adenauer had come "to accompany my old friend on his final journey." Australia's Prime Minister Robert G. Menzies was there, and Madame Chiang Kaishek, U.N.'s Dag Hammarskjold, NATO's Secretary-General Paul Henri Spaak, 14 foreign ministers, envoys from...

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