Foreign News: Lady C. and Peace

Almost unnoticed, while the world watched Neville Chamberlain come home from having a dish of tea with Adolf Hitler (see p. 15), the Prime Minister's half sister-in-law Lady Chamberlain came home last week from having dishes and dishes of tea with Señora Carmen Franco and the Rightist Generalissimo. She was instantly denounced by Leftists of all shades.

Famed "Lady C.", whose husband, Sir Austen Chamberlain, was one of the best friends the League of Nations ever had, visited Rome last winter. There she hobnobbed with League-bolting Il Duce and was credited by...

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