Foreign News: Reactions to Roosevelt

Not since the days of Woodrow Wilson has a speech by a U. S. President received such attention abroad as President Roosevelt's hard-hitting, anti-dictator message to Congress last week.

Most sympathetic foreign reaction to the Roosevelt message came from Britain. British Broadcasting Corp. aired the full text for its own listeners. Salient passages were also sent into Germany, Italy and France during the nightly "straight news" period from the powerful Daventry transmitter. Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, who has been soundly scored for months by many Britons for not saying what Mr. Roosevelt...

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