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GREAT BRITAIN: Hoare Crisis

Anyone delighted by the richness of British character could find it served up on a heaping platter in the House of Commons last week, steaming with honest...

THE LEAGUE: Struggle for Peace

(See front cover) The sun went up at Geneva last week on the climax of a great career. A scant 20 years ago Samuel Hoare was merely the name of a British...

Foreign News: New British Strategy

(See front cover) The most crucial job in the Empire was briskly shouldered last week by the new First Lord of the British Admiralty, Sir Samuel John Gurney...

Foreign News: Appeasement's End?

Back when the war was only a threat and appeasement was a strange new word, the name of Sir Samuel Hoare was a Symbol of abasement before fascism. As Britain's...

Foreign News: Man Who Was Right

The pleasant London of the right, tight little British ruling class is such a small place that what goes on quickly reaches the ears of everyone who matters...

SWITZERLAND: Noses & Nose

In front of Captain Anthony Eden's hotel at Geneva last week nose-holding Communists tied an oil can to a British flag tagged "Shall we fight for this?"...

INTERNATIONAL: Sound & Adequate?

With London's airport fogbound last week British Foreign Secretary "Flying Sam" Hoare left for Paris by train & boat instead of plane. Ninety minutes after...

Foreign News: Millionaires in Rupture

Sizzling on the Chamber of Deputies grill last week lay The Deal of Hoare & Laval, which in London fortnight ago caused the resignation as British Foreign...

Books: True Bill

GUILTY MEN— "Cato"— Stokes($1.50). This short, slim book of some 140 pages caused an uproar in England. It indicted the former members of the Chamberlain...

THE DEAL: Sham Battle?

Apart from certain tears physically shed in the House of Commons last week, apart from the unprecedented gush of emotion as His Majesty's Government admitted...

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