Foreign News: Sea Dogs

Navy men in Washington, London and Tokyo all think, of course, that it is their navy which has been "sold out by the London Treaty." Last week British sea-dogs joined with those of the U. S. and Japan in baying their alarm. In the House of Lords bayed two of the very shaggiest and saltiest sea lords:

John Rushworth Jellicoe, 70, Earl Jellicoe, Viscount Brocas of Southampton, Viscount Jellicoe of Scapa, commander of the British Grand Fleet (1914-16), later first sea lord, Admiral of the Fleet and...

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