What Is at Stake in Berlin?

Halle, Louis J.
July 1962
New Republic;7/9/62, Vol. 147 Issue 2, p13
The article discusses the Berlin issue. Claim that the Berlin issue stands in the way of armistice in the Cold War; Evolution of the Berlin issue since its emergence in 1948-49; View that the objective of the Soviet Union in the Berlin issue is to gain legitimacy for the government of Walter Ulbricht in East Germany; People who want the unification of Germany; Justification for fighting for the German unification; Premises for the Soviet objective in the Berlin issue; Opinion on how the U.S. should handle the Berlin issue.


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