No Reichstag deputy would have dared last week to offer the faintest criticism of Herr Hitler's speech. No delegate of the Supreme Soviet, had it been in session. would have risked his life by indicating that perhaps Joseph Stalin was going too fast in his diplomatic conquests. But last week in the House of Commons, "Mother of Parliaments," David Lloyd George, World War Prime Minister, not only counseled the Government but criticized it.

It was three days before the Hitler "peace ultimatum'' had been delivered and it was just after Prime Minister Neville...

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