Foreign News: Might-Have-Been

Many Britons think that if Britain had been invaded in World War II, its Government might have a different outlook on the practical business of the liberation of Europe. Last week, in the London Observer, earnest, imaginative Commander Stephen King-Hall, M.P., for the benefit of Britons (and Americans) pictured a passage in history as it might have been. The liberation of Britain, after King-Hall:

"In 1946 the vast American armada which seized Eire in 1945 invaded Britain and liberated the island from the Nazi domination. . . . The Chamberlain Government returned to London from its exile in Ottawa. . . ....

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