The Peoples' Case

A British-Canadian millionaire, newspaper publisher and politician, Lord Beaverbrook, last week stated, in the simple terms of human instinct, the case of the peoples of the United Nations for a second front in Europe. Said he (at a publishers' dinner in Manhattan):

". . . In Britain the cry goes up: 'Attack! Attack in support of Russia!' For the passion to set up a western fighting front in aid of the Russians is deep in the hearts of all our people. . . . Russia may settle the war for us in 1942. By...

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