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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
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  • Facts Forum
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  • Evans, Medford
Publisher Facts Forum
Date May 1955
Language eng
Subject
  • Anti-communist movements
  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
  • Hunt, H. L.
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  • Dallas, Texas
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  • 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 -Wide World Photo Anthony Eden necessity to build a strong free western Europe. The Prime Minister wets seriously handicapped in his anti-Commu- nisl efforts by the powerful position which President Roosevell held. The detailed correspondence between Churchill and Roosevelt in preparation of the Yalta meeting reveals the Prime Minister a- much more thorough, circumspect and responsible than was the President. Churchill did not waul to go to Yeilta unless some preliminary understanding nf the Iwo Western powers could be reached. Roosevell was mosl e iirt in informing Churchill thai neither hi' nor his siaff members bail enough time for thai. A typical Roosevelt mes- sage lo Churchill reads: "I regret that in view of the time available' In me fur ibis journey il will nol be possible for u- I., ineii your suggestion and have a British-American stafl meeting eil Malta before proceeding in Argonaut." I (lode name For A alia. I Doggedly Churchill persisted in de- manding an Anglo-American exchange of views prior to the Conference. Finally, he w as rewarded with ;tt leasl a brief meeting ol the Foreign Ministers en Malta. Yel Roosevell wee- satisfied with being briefed aboul the Malta conversations but a few hours liefore lln- Firsl Plenary Meeting al Yalta. After much exasperating correspondence with Roosevell re et preparatory meeting eil Media. Churchill tried hard In put lhe President in good humor. He informed him lhal he would be waiting for him on the epieti. emd he added: "No more lei us fuller! From Mallei In A eellel. Pane 54 Lei nobody alter." To ibis pleisant message. Alt. Roosevelt, in his u icon- -.ii,liable hurry, answered: "We plan to arrive bv ship al Malta early forenoon I February and hope lo proceed eil once [sic! | without faltering. It will be grand to meet you on the quai." Roosevelt did not merely seem in L'real haste tn gel away frnm Churchill tn be with I n.le Joe I who let him wail at Mallei anyhow I. he was a speed demon wilh regard lo the entire conference. "Mv idea of lhe length of the -leiv eit Argonaut is that it should nut be more than five nr si\ days," Roosevelt wrote' lo Churchill. In lhat case, ihe Prime Minister suggested, at leasl Stettinius might find il possible ie> meet with Eden fur forty-eight hours al Mallei. "I do not sec any other way of realizing our hopes about world organization in five or si\ days. liven the Almighty look seven. Pray forgive my pertinency." CONCEAL RATHER THAN DISCLOSE Incomplete and mutilated though the published Yalta Papers are, they afford us a few glimpses at whal wenl nn. Grudgingbj ami belatedly given, they leave many pertinent questions unanswered. There is for instance nothing lo give us any cue as lo what the enigmatic Harry Hopkins labeled l.v senile els lioosev ell's "Rasputin"- advised the President to do. In ihis respeel we must depend nn such New Deal sources as Roberl Sherwood's Roosevelt anil Hopkins. Meetings of Hopkins wilh Roosevell are merely entered in the log, and the "editorial note" in the published record informs us thai "nn record of ihe substance nf ibis meeting has been found."' Pussil.lv Air. liuhlcn. now our Ambassador in Moscow, -..me day will tell n- more aboul this when be will have reached the stage of doing bis memoirs. How much he then may re- —Wide World Photo Winston Churchill veal remains lo be' seen. Mr. Alger llis- etlsee se'i'tits hardly lhe type lo disclose voluntarily even a part of the important data anil aspects he no doubt knows. Nor is Vyaeheslav Molotov likely to lei us in on any of his secrets. Thc Papers make abundantly clear thai Soviet Russiei had the upper hand eil 'l alien and that President Roosevell. ad- viseel by Hopkins and Stettinius (who was advised by Hiss I. was totally ignorant of the infamous Communisl world conspiracy. But lhat had been known and documented long before the publication of these' incomplete emd expurgated Yalta Paper-. BOOKS RECEIVED FROM PUBLISHERS Till'. STORY BOOK PRESS, Dallas, Texas. The Invaders, by Roland Roggenbrod, 85.50. (An anti-Communist novel, east in lhe Soulhwi'st.) I). VAN NOSTRAND COMPANY, Inc New 'i ork. The Influence of Force in Foreign Relations, l.v Captain W. I). Pules- Inn. I S\. Ret, $4.50. RICHARD I!. SMITH, PI BLISHER. Wesl Ridge, New Hampshire, Popular Diplomacy anil II ur. bv Sis- l.'V Huddleston, $3.50. P. J. KENNEDY & SONS, New York. School of Darkness, l.v Bella V. Dodd, $4.00. THK DEVIN-ADAIR COMPANY, New York. Billions, Blunders umi Baloney, by Eugene W. Castle, $3.50. Big Dum Foolishness, bv Elmer Peterson, $3.50. France: The Tragic Years, 1939-1947, by Sislcy Huddleston, $5.00. (See Ret lew on Page I 7.) HENRY REGNERY COMPANY. Chicago, Illinois. The American Story, by Garel Garrett, 35.00. Still lhe Riee Grows Green, l.v Jnh» C. Caldwell, $3.75. Guideposts In lhe Fulure. by General William II. Wilbur, S2.5II THE CAXTON PRINTERS, LTD- Caldwell. Idaho. Perpetual II ur for Perpetual Peace ed. bv Harry Elmer Barnes, $6.0G These Men l/i Friends, bv Georp1' St,-welll. $0.0(1. Black Banners, by Erik von Kuehnf" l.cdilibn. $4.00. (A novel of wen- time Austria. I FACT.-: FORUM NEWS, May, I "■'•'' John , tall
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