GREAT BRITAIN: Second Hundred Thousand

Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, enjoying a quiet post-New Year holiday at the home of Lord Iveagh in Ely, Cambridgeshire, suddenly packed his bags and hurried to London last week. Government spokesmen explained that "bad weather" had forced Mr. Chamberlain to return. Indeed it had. The Prime Minister had hurried back to keep a close watch on the political bad weather which his policy of "appeasement" is now experiencing in Britain.

The most alarming storm signals last week were hoisted over Caxton Hall, not far from Downing Street, where a noisy hodgepodge of 300...

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