CANADA: Hate-Free, Fear-Free

When sterling Queen Mary, the Queen Mother, speaks affectionately of "Algie," Her Majesty refers to the Earl of Athlone, her youngest brother. He is so keen a soldier that he not only won the D. S. O. in Africa in 1901 but begged off from becoming Governor General of Canada in 1914 to join the British Army in France. Last week Canadian Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King revealed that when George VI toured the Dominion last year, King & King talked over who would make a suitable successor for Canada's then Governor...

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