The Press: War News for Canada

Two months after Canada declared war on Germany last fall, one of the world's most rigorous censorships closed down over the Dominion (TIME, Nov. 20). Last week it was still in force. Of their own war efforts, Canadians learned only what the Dominion Government thought they ought to know. Allied defeats in Europe were honeycoated (partly by censorship, partly by editorial optimism) for the Dominion press.

Warwise Canadians, seeking the hard facts of death and disaster, knew one place to find them. In spite of censorship, in spite of anonymous telephone calls accusing him of treason, in the Toronto Star Go-year-old William...

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