THE NATIONS: Back on the Job

Tanned and bouncy from three weeks' vacation in the sunny Crimea. Nikita Khrushchev last week returned to Moscow. Portents of trouble began cropping up all over.

The first was in West Berlin. Angry over scheduled congresses there of former war prisoners and of "expellees" from once German lands now held by Poland and Russia, the East German Communist regime imposed the severest curbs on travel in or out of Berlin since the 1949 blockade. For five days, said the East Germans, no West German would be allowed to enter East Germany or East Berlin without a special pass. The...

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