GREAT BRITAIN: Mystery Lengthened

Instead of returning straight to the U.S. with whatever answer Pope Pius XII had given to President Roosevelt's message on war-&-peace aims, the President's envoy, Myron Charles Taylor, last week changed his plans and flew from Lisbon to London. There he talked with Winston Churchill, Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden, U.S. Ambassador John G. Winant, U.S. Minister to the Allies Anthony Drexel Biddle Jr., U.S. Minister to Eire David Gray. He let it be known that he might also go to Eire to confer with President Eamon de Valera.

The extension of Myron Taylor's mission was a hint that the...

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