GREAT BRITAIN: Out for Mischief!

England expects every man but chiefly George V to do his duty. Last week the great "hunger march" of jobless men & women from all over the United Kingdom converged ominously on London. One hundred miles away at Sandringham the King & Queen were enjoying a rural autumn. Unhurried and to all appearances unworried, Their Majesties tarried in the country until at least 3,000 footsore and surly marchers had trudged into their capital, then dutifully they returned to Buckingham Palace. They knew among other things that London's...

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