GREAT BRITAIN: Frankau's Britannia

The real BRITANNIA is a serene Imperial Goddess, hymned by certain Christians who rule many a wave. But now in London a small, suave Semite is putting forth a new and blatant Britannia—a magazine which proposes to leap at one bound into commanding rulership of the pulpy waves on which are printed British advertisements.

The bringer-forth of the new Goddess is Novelist Gilbert Frankau. He is a militant chappie, who when lecturing to U. S. women's clubs (TIME, May 31, 1926) often alluded to his gallant War...

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