Foreign News: Under Fire

Home Secretary Sir John Anderson got a great reputation while he was Governor of Bengal (1932-37) for taking three attempts on his life with a stiff upper lip. After he was appointed to the Cabinet 14 months ago, he was bitterly criticized for the way he coordinated A. R. P., emergency transport, evacuation; but no one could say he was not a stout fellow under fire.

Last week, not in Bengal but in Edinburgh, Sir John was under fire again. He rose to speak at a city corporation luncheon. As he warned his hearers that the war had really not yet...

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