Foreign News: Adding Up

One tangible result of the Moscow conference was plainly visible last week: the meeting was making a deep impression on Germany's jittery satellites.

The Hungarian radio announced: "It would be wrong to expect an atmosphere of distrust in Moscow." The Finnish radio said: "The smaller countries hope that agreement will be reached at the Moscow conference." BBC, sifting Balkan news and comment, reported that Rumania showed a panicky realization that she was on the wrong side, while Bulgaria was pinning her hopes on her refusal to declare war on Russia.

Moscow press demands for the second front dropped off abruptly as...

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