Gorrell, Frank
March 1954
New Republic;3/29/54, Vol. 130 Issue 13, p15
Focuses on the establishment of a link between Korea and Indo-China situation in relation to armistice in the war at the Geneva conference. Optimism of all sections of French public opinion on the Geneva meeting; Connection between the tragic effects of the war in Indo-China and the reluctance to ratify the European Defense Community; Postponement of the action by the Palais Bourbon on the treaty.


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