Letters, Oct. 9, 1950

Background for War


In your Sept. 18 "Background for War" you twice mention the possibility that after a Russian occupation of Europe, it may again have, to be invaded and liberated by the U.S.A.

Your readers will be interested in what the Marquis Arturo della Scala, scion of one of Italy's oldest families and well-known lawyer, said to me in Rome last month . . .: ''If America wants to defend the liberty of Western Europe (and of the Western World), it can never do so by liberating Europe after a Russian occupation, but only by preventing it—by sending enough men and material,...

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