December 1951
Time;12/3/1951, Vol. 58 Issue 23, p30
The article highlights the roof treaty that will make West Germany a nearly-free state. West Germany should allow allied troops to remain, not as occupiers, but as defenders. It should also permit the allies to do something if there is a threat to their forces' security. In addition, West Germany will acquire its near-autonomy only when it has contributed forces to a European army. Meanwhile, the U.S. is moving out of Frankfurt, Germany to make its new general headquarters in Bonn.


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