GREAT BRITAIN: The Great Change

In the trenches amid mud, vermin, bad food and the repeated shock of shells exploding all around, the 7O-year-old body of Neville Chamberlain would probably become a physical wreck in a few hours. But at the end of last week the British Prime Minister had been through 13 days of such labor, strain and anxiety as would have wrecked the constitution of many a man under 30. And Mr. Chamberlain emerged from it rather fatigued but quite unshaken. Fortunately the old do not need much sleep.


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