GREAT BRITAIN: No More Sissies

Unlike the logical French, most of whom had the invasion of Scandinavia figured out as a German blunder (see col. 1), the British rocked gently back & forth last week in emotional doldrums. At first they showed mild signs of discouragement that the Nazis seemed to have "stolen a march" on the Allies. Next they brightened up a bit at news that the Royal Navy (actually only its lighter ships) was hurtling full steam into the Skagerrak. They got a kick out of Winston Churchill's account of the first raid off Narvik and...

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