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IN POTSDAM

CONFERENCE ROOM Peaceful Scenes Around i Churchill Villa Eritish Official Wireless Rec. 2.30 p.m. RUGBY, July 16. The room in which Mr. Churchill, President Truman and Generalissimo Stalin are meeting in conference at Potsdam, Writes a correspondent, is decorated with carved woodwork. Two huge candelabra hang over an enormous circular table. In the conference building Mr. Churchill is provided with 'a study, a bedroom and a bathroom, and these are guarded by British and Canadian military police. Six lA..T.S. girls are looking after Mr Churchill and Subaltern Mary Churchill in their villa in Potsdam. The building is a two-storeyed villa, quiet and peaceful. Steps lead down into a spacious garden filled with flowers. " There are pleasant walks and gravel paths. ■ Mr Churchill has his own library, and choice oil pantings line the walls of his rooms, which are simply furnished, ■ creating a homely atmosphere. The house is at least three miles away from the tremendous building where the three leaders ar On the e roacf approaching the house is a wide barricade guarded by military police. This afternoon when Mr. Churchill toured blitzed Berlin for the first time his tour lasted over an hour and a half.

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IN POTSDAM, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 167, 17 July 1945

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IN POTSDAM Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 167, 17 July 1945

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