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Facts Forum. Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 5, May 1955 - File 006. 1955-05. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. July 19, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1352973/item/419/show/355.

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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 5, May 1955
Alternate Title Facts Forum News, Vol. IV, No. 5, May 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
Creator
  • Facts Forum
Contributor
  • Evans, Medford
Publisher Facts Forum
Date May 1955
Language eng
Subject
  • Anti-communist movements
  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
  • Hunt, H. L.
Place
  • Dallas, Texas
Genre
  • journals (periodicals)
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  • Text
Identifier AP2.F146 v. 4 1955; OCLC: 1352973
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  • University of Houston Libraries
  • Facts Forum News
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Transcript MM I he crime ©/ Crimea? Or the beginning t>f the structure for a better world? Hotc will the 1945 international conference at Yalta en down in history? Cross fire crackles over puhlic disclosure of the Yalta Papers ami their implications* hi its tradition. Facts Forum presents opposing vieus on this controversy. ISo sharper contrast could he presented than that between Dr. It ittmer's views and the original report hy President Koosevelt tit a joint session of Congress* March I. lO-t.'i. Report on the YALTA CONFERENCE Address l.y Presidenl Franklin D. Roosevell Reprinted from The Congressional Record Mr. Vice-President, Mr. Speaker, ami members oj the Congress: 1 hope you will pardon nn- for the "iiu.sual posture nf silling down during the presentation of what I wish lo say. Im! I know you will realize il makes it a lot easier for me in not having to carry ahout ten pounds ol steel around the bottom of my legs [laughter] and also because of the- facl I have jusl completed a 14,000-mile trip. [Applause.] first of all. I want to say that it is good to he home. It heis been a long journey, and I hope you will also agree, el fruitful one. Speaking in all frankness, the' question nf whether il is entirely fruitful or not He- I., a greal extent in your hands, for unless \eeu here in lhe halls uf the American Congress, with the support of the American people, concur in tin- general conclusions reached at that plaee called Yalta, and give them your active sup- p.ul. tin- meeting will not have proline.-,I lasting resiills. Anel thai is wli\ I have come before vou al the earliest hour I could after mv return. I want to make' a personal report to you anil, eit tin' same lime', lo the people of the country. Many months of earned! work are ahead of us all. ami I should like to feel that when the lasl sieene' is laid on the structure of international peace it will In- an achievement leiweml which all of us in America hem- worked steadfastly and unselfishly together. I am returning from lliis trip thai took me s., far, refreshed and inspired. I was we'll tin- entire lime. I was not ill for ei second until I arrived back in Washington, and here I heard all of the rumors which hail occurred in my absence. [Laughter.] Yes, I returned from the trip refreshed ein.I inspired. Tlie Roosevelts are not. as vou mav sus- Wide W .red more) pe'i't. averse in travel | laughter |: we seem in iliri\ I- em it. | Applause. | Ami fell' eiweiv els I weis. I weis kept constantly informed of affairs in lit'' I nited State's. The modern miracles "' rapid communication have made thij world very small. We musl alweiys I..311' in mind lhal fail when we speak or think of international relations. I received a steadj stream of messages I in"1 Washington. I might sav from not onh lhe executive branch with all its departments, lull also freim the' legislative branch in its two departments; an't- excepl where radio silence' weis necessary fur security purposes, I could continuous!) send messages an) place in thi world; and, of course, in a grave e in1'1 gency we could even have risked tl"' I.leaking of the security nil'-. I come from the Crimean Conference w ith a firm |„.|i,'f thai we have mail.' •' (Continued on l'ntii' "''' Z*—~ '•J What reall^i the YALTA PAPERS ley Felix Witlniel On March 16. 1955. slightly more tha" ten years after the Yalta Conference. ..ur Department of State released l5*j copies ..I an 834-page volume entitle* The Conferences at \luliu umi Yalta 1945. By this gesture, the Republic""'1 administration al last fulfilled a pledg* given during the campaign of 1952. Dm' week later, on March 2.!. 1955- Presidenl Dwight I). Eisenhower stated1 "There is nothing, as I can see, to <"' gained In going I.ink ten veins "'" showing that, iii lln- liehl of after-evem* someone ! si,-; i i„,n have been «i'""':' or someone [ sic! | may have I"'1'" right." The Presidenl also said; "|;"1 don I let's irv jusl in damage rep11"1 lions |,y such means." Oli\ious|\ President Eisenho«e' wanted to take' eill lhe celee-s i lhe roup1 Page 4 FACTS FOKUM NEWS, May, !!'■' °.nes ami !'"' pers himself *« Mall •''••ilena, Chief of Allied l.v "'I ih,. \ I'rior to ^my Ge s'aff. i , ffesenl a ''"ssiM 7" 'MHll of ils hi, Evolved .'"""l Of 3 "ft the c denied , fforld \\ pacts i
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