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Russia's Attitude Believed

On Agenda

Berlin correspondents report persistent rumours that the for the Big Three Conference, includes consideration of Russia's' attitude to the Far Eastern war. The Daily Express diplomatic correspondent says London diplo-. mats are convinced that the conference will bring big , develop-1 ments in the war against Japan. Hej draws attention to the fact that the,. British delegation includes the chiefs of all three Services, als.o leaders whose presence would not be required if the talks were to be confined to European post-war, arrangements. The Times diplomatic correspon-j dent lists the following five principal German issues, which he says are likely to take up most of the. time at the Potsdam meetings:— (1) Future political development in Germany. , . (2) How soon Germany can be allowed a central German representative body. • ;•*■•'■■:.« »„ (3) A broad scheme for Germany s frontiers, although no final settlement can be reached without widei consultations between the Allies. , (4) The balance to be .struck between dismantling factories by way of precaution and leaving factories which can produce goodb ta to be adopted toward the . The Daily Express correspondent in Berlin says there ** deetnigjg everywhere in the centre of Pots dam A German told him tnat tne Brtttoh tir raid last April tore, the heart out of Potsdam. Ihe Garrison. h lele f a«ion to the conference numbers 280. A™^ to them daily. .


N.Z. Press Association —Copyright Rec. 12.30 p.m. LONDON. July 15.!

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"BIG DEVELOPMENTS IN WAR ON JAPAN", Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 166, 16 July 1945

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"BIG DEVELOPMENTS IN WAR ON JAPAN" Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 166, 16 July 1945

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