GREAT BRITAIN: Eastland v. Westland

Great Britain, in accord with Anthony Eden's dictum to act tough, has lately adopted the Fascist strategy of muscle-making. Most effective display of bulging biceps was the dispatch of hundreds of bombers on nonstop trips to distant French destinations, flights which more than equaled the mileage to Berlin—as British newspapers were careful to point out. Responsible for the flights to France was Air Chief Marshal Sir Edgar Rainey Ludlow-Hewitt, head of the Bomber Command. Tall, spare, methodical, he is a practiced muscle flexer, for he has commanded the R. A. F. in...

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