Foreign News: Kents to Quints

Mad as a wet hen was George V in 1935 when he offered Australia his third son, the roly-poly Duke of Gloucester, as Governor General, and Australia declined with thanks. A lot of trouble has turned up in the world since then, however, what with the Italians showing their muscle in the Mediterranean, the Germans down the Danube and the Japanese all over the Far East. It behooves the Empire to stand fast, and a great cementing gesture was made last week when George VI was graciously pleased to appoint H. R. H. the...

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