GREAT BRITAIN: Bewildered

With 38.7% of its articulate readership on record as "bewildered" about the war and 46% "determined"' (TIME, April 1), last week Lord Beaverbrook's Daily Express suggested that the public be "given a clear indication as to the manner in which the Government believe victory can be won." As M. P.s packed up to return to London for the reconvening of Parliament this week, Great Britain's bewilderment had given birth to deep-seated public dissatisfaction with the way its Government was running the "strangest of wars." While the Allied Supreme War Council talked tough,...

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