CANADA: Hitler Takes a Hand

Canada still waited for Mackenzie King to do something. Faced with an open breach between English-and French-speaking Canadians because the English-speaking had voted for overseas conscription and the French-speaking against it (TIME, May 18), the Prime Minister was, as usual, doing nothing. He stalled Parliamentary debate on the conscription issue, in the hope that something would turn up. As usual, something did, this time in the ugly form of torpedoes (see p. 20} streaking across the chill waters of the St. Lawrence River, for centuries the heartstream of French Quebec. The...

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