World Events

Authors

  • Scott Nearing

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-005-10-1954-02_7

Keywords:

Imperialism

Abstract

Three chiefs of state—from London, Paris, and Washington—met in Bermuda early in December for an informal, off-the-record talk. The Bermuda Conference was the Eisenhower substitute for Churchill's original proposal that Malenkov be included in a Big Four meeting. After the Bermuda talks, the three higher-ups issued a brief press release. Churchill and Laniel retraced their steps to London and Paris, respectively, and Eisenhower hurried to New York for a scheduled speech before the United Nations.

Published

1954-02-07

Issue

Section

World Events