People: People, Aug. 3, 1942

Minister's Son

Captain Randolph Churchill, son of Prime Minister Winston Churchill, stopped in the U.S. on roundabout wartime route to England from Egypt. In a Manhattan hotel, his face bruised and his back in a brace because of recent injuries on the North African front, he told reporters: "The English have not been as clever as the enemy in this war. We have been enthusiastic amateurs as compared to professional military men. But we are learning fast and we are going to win."

Pen to Sword

After waging newspaper war on his Manhattan draft...

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