GERMANY: Ten Years Later

West Germany gasped painfully last week as the Yalta documents arrived in time for the last stages of the debate on the Paris accords in the Bundesrat (upper house). Said Hesse's Socialist Minister President Georg August Zinn, attempting to make Socialist capital out of the chilling dialogue on German dismemberment; "The Yalta documents . . . show that it was not the will of one, but of all the Allied powers, not only to split Germany, but at the same time to merge the split parts into greater military and economic systems. I have...

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