Foreign News: Report on Revolt

Seldom has a statesman of his stature taken such a public drubbing as Prime Minister Winston Churchill for his policy in Greece. Public opinion of all shades distrusted his use of British troops to defend the Greek Government against ELAS. The press was almost unanimously critical. From Athens most correspondents reported the struggle as if ELAS was the defender of Greek liberty and the British troops were little better than Nazis. Twice Churchill had to defend his course in Parliament.

Last week a British labor delegation, which had investigated the Greek situation on the spot, presented its report. In effect, it...

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