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A Good Innings

When Australian cricket legend Donald Bradman fell ill with peritonitis in London in September 1934, King George V was not amused. "I want to know everything,"...

Israel: Returning Fire

Attacks both inside and out The operation might have been torn from the pages of the Little Drummer Girl, John le Carré's Middle Eastern thriller. Three young...

Foreign News: Surprise

It was natural that Michael Faherty, head of Chicago's subway commission, which is touring Europe on a visit of inspection, should go to London to inspect the...

Modern Living: Tattoo Renaissance

As an art, they have been traced back 4,000 years to the Egyptians. They appear in the culture of the Polynesians, the Maoris of New Zealand, the Mayas and the...

National Affairs: In Chesapeake Bay

More than a fortnight ago a British battleship cleared from an undisclosed British port, carrying a tall, grave Englishman on a weighty mission. That mission...

Cartoons: Put a Panther in Your Tank

To his dying day King George V reportedly refused to see a film feature unless it was served up with a Mickey Mouse short first. But movie cartooning, which...

People: Sep. 3, 1965

"Dear old Sandringham," murmured King George V, "the place I love better than anywhere else in the world." Three generations of British royalty felt the same...

POLICIES & PRINCIPLES: Good Firm Ground

Four years of bitter war and a year of uncertain peace had passed since the battleship King George V slipped into Annapolis, carrying Lord Halifax to his new...

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