National Affairs: What Winant Said

Ambassador Winant stepped out of the White House last week as gingerly as a man who feels he is loaded with dynamite and may blow up if anybody bumps into him. He had reason to step warily. Before he left England, the British Government had shown him a confidence that few Ambassadors have received. It turned over to Gil Winant an account of British war plans and British war experiences, as well as analyses of Britain's shortcomings, tragic mistakes, and lessons learned, at a frightful cost, during the war.

Obviously Ambassador Winant could not...

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