People, Jul. 20, 1959

At a film festival in West Berlin, Italian Cinemorsel Sophia (That Kind of Woman) Loren happily clutched a floral tribute, smiled appreciatively while the beleaguered city's gallant Mayor Willy Brandt (TIME, May 25) grabbed a vase for her bouquet. At Brandt's city hall, Sophia also signed a "golden book" for distinguished visitors, accepted from the mayor a white porcelain replica of the city's freedom bell, whose original, presented to Berliners by the Crusade for Freedom, hangs in the city hall tower.

After brooding over the incident for several days, the U.S.'s Nobel Peace...

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