World War: IN THE AIR: Stuffy and the Beaver

The two bosses of British air power had some encouraging words for their battered countrymen last week. > Relieved of his post as Chief of the R. A. F. Fighter Command in November to undertake a mission to discuss plane production in Canada and the U. S., Air Chief Marshal Sir Hugh ("Stuffy") Dowding arrived in Ottawa, told newsmen: "During the past autumn a method has been found to deal with the night-bombing menace and equipment is being rapidly completed. Of course, I'm not at liberty to give you any details of...

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