BRITISH EMPIRE: Dominions v. de Valera


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Long, lean Eamon de Valera caught only snatches of troubled sleep last week. Although his home, ''Springville," is but ten motor minutes from Government House in Dublin, President de Valera had a bed lugged into his office. Toiling and arguing with his Cabinet Ministers, Ireland's "Messiah of Freedom'' faced with haggard mien an invisible and potent foe: the collective opposition of very polite British statesmen throughout the Empire. London hurled at Dublin last week a terrifying silence, a lack of...

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