‘Two trends at the Congress for a United Europe: that of the realists and that of the sentimentalists’ from La Dernière Heure (12 May 1948)

On 12 May 1948, the Belgian daily newspaper La Dernière Heure describes the atmosphere of the Congress of Europe in The Hague. The journalist places particular emphasis on the debates surrounding the European Assembly and the issue of Germany, and notes that the opinion of the ‘realists’, who place a higher value on state sovereignty, prevailed over the ‘sentimentalists’.

Source and copyright

Source: La Dernière Heure. Le plus grand journal belge, le mieux renseigné. 12.05.1948, n° 133; 43e année. Bruxelles.

Copyright: (c) La Dernière Heure

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