World War, SOUTHERN THEATRE: Exchange of Somalilands

Admiral Sir Andrew Browne Cunningham, who, as the British Royal Navy's Commander in Chief in the Mediterranean, has earned more fame in World War II than any other Admiral, has a peacetime rival in his younger brother, Alan Gordon Cunningham. Sir Andrew and Alan vie in growing the best flowers on their Hampshire estate, in catching the biggest fish, in telling the tallest tales. They even have rival dogs—Sir Andrew a Scotty, Alan an Airedale. Last week the younger Cunningham turned up as a rival in the honors of war as well: as Lieut. General Cunningham, commander of the spectacular...

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