There's a name that's never spoken,
And a mother's heart half-broken,
There is just another missing from the
old home, that is all;
There is still a mem'ry living,
There's a father unforgiving,
And a picture that is turn'd toward the wall.
The Russians were so delighted with the British-Soviet Alliance of May 26, 1942, that they hung a painting of the signing, by British Artist Frank Salisbury, prominently in Moscow's Spiridonovka House, where distinguished visitors are entertained.
Last week the picture was not there....