GREECE: New Balkan Entente

With a resplendent Marshal Tito aboard, the Caleb sailed into the Greek harbor of Piraeus last week on a state visit. It was flanked by six Yugoslav and six Greek warships and heralded by a 21-gun salute and the zooming of Greek air-force planes overhead. Soon the one-time peasant agitator and soldier of Communist fortune was swapping chatty conversation with King Paul and Queen Frederika. Local Communists (Moscow variety) were clapped into jail for as long as Tito was in town.

On the second day, Tito sat down with Field Marshal Alexander Papagos,...

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