GREAT BRITAIN: Proof of the Pudding

"One shouldn't," wrote Britain's crack war correspondent Alexander Graeme Clifford, "pay too much attention to Mr. Ingersoll.... But one must pay attention to what he stands for—an American point of view. History is in the oven now and soon it will be ready to serve."

Fearful lest history's pudding smack too bitterly of the gall, wormwood and Bromo-Seltzer dropped into it by PM Editor Ralph Ingersoll's war report, Top Secret* (TIME, April 22), Correspondent Clifford last week began adding his own salty seasoning.

In a series of articles for London's Sunday Dispatch, the tall, shy, young Oxford-bred newspaperman who traveled and...

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