GREAT BRITAIN: Dying v. Paying

After the World War many a disillusioned U. S. citizen-soldier swore that the Government would have to drag him off the dock at Hoboken to make him go to another European war. In Britain much the same attitude developed. Widespread was the feeling that in another Anglo-French war against Germany and her allies, Britain should furnish a fleet, money and materials while France supplied the army.

In spite of the fact that the French Army (including reserves) is now more than twice the size of the German, the French have never cottoned...

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