INTERNATIONAL: The World and Churchill

When Winston Churchill in 1940 promised the British people "nothing but blood, toil, tears and sweat," he was as much the voice of Britain as was the roar of Spitfires over the chalk cliffs of Dover. Last fortnight, when he offered the world a British way toward peace with security (TIME, March 29), he voiced the yearnings not only of his own countrymen but of all the Allied peoples. Among them were many differences, some deep and wide; but common to them all was a desire to see at least the outlines of...

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