Transport: On No Schedule

For fussbudget travelers who like to know where they are going and when they will get there, the North Atlantic last week was no fit place. In its third week the ground swell of World War II had tilted transatlantic shipping from confusion to chaos. Foreigners off to the wars could still obtain sailing permits from the U. S. State Department (providing they owed no income tax), but U. S. citizens who wanted to get to Europe had to unravel cat's-cradles of red tape. First requirement : a revalidated passport, good for six...

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