GREAT BRITAIN: Life in England

When talking about the war understating Britons sometimes refer to the "little difficulty we are having with Germany," the "current spot of bother" or the "Adolf agitation." Even the fact that magnetic mines and flying mine layers were about last week did not change the tone since few citizens of that seafaring island could be really worried about matters which they felt could be solved by their sailors and scientists.

What worried Londoners more than anything else last week was the fact that the British Isles went back on winter time and on...

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