GREAT BRITAIN: Dictators Challenged

Dictators Challenged

With all the honesty of his one-way mind, King George last week was nobly troubled, and so were the best of His Majesty's subjects. No English gentleman who has been taught with the rough end of a strap to write Latin verse at Eton ever thinks of Eternal Rome with other than profound cultural respect, and Pope Pius XI was probably right in thinking last week that the last place on which British bombs will ever fall is the City of the Caesars. All the same, Kaiser Wilhelm II became...

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