All around the wintry blue Mediterranean the Allied victories in Africa were paying off politically:

>In Ankara's famed Karpich Restaurant Turkish Premier Sükrü Saracoglu ("Sarah" to Allied newsmen) linked arms at the bar with British Ambassador Sir Hughe Montgomery Knatchbull-Hugessen ("Snatch"). They strolled to Sarah's table for a tête-à-tête that was unprecedented because it was public. The fascinated crowds then saw them steal two young women from a table of young British and U.S. diplomats and whirl happily and jovially around the dance floor.

Next morning the happy secret of Sarah and...

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