TITLE

The Demand for Recognition

AUTHOR(S)
Hirschfeldt, Lennart
PUB. DATE
October 1961
SOURCE
New Republic;10/2/61, Vol. 145 Issue 14, p31
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Focuses on the role of the Soviet Union and policy of former Soviet leader Joseph Stalin in the blockade of Berlin, West Germany. Role of attitude of the Soviet Union and the Western allies in complicating the problem; Desire of the Western Powers that the basis of the reunification must be free elections in Germany; Demand of the Soviet Union for the neutralization of Germany and rejection of free elections; Formation of the West Germany state by the Western Powers forcing Stalin's retreat; Willingness of the Western countries to negotiate without compromising the freedom of West Berlin.
ACCESSION #
10315412

 

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