World War: A. E. F.

Any doubt in Scandinavian minds that the Allies would strike quickly in their behalf, any doubt in German minds that the Allies would strike hard, were swept away last week. In addition to Great Britain's ships and men at Narvik, Allied Expeditionary Forces swarmed into western fjords of Norway at six more points. Planes, warships and minesweepers cleared the way for troopships, out of which marched men of the West to avenge the people of the North. First Lord of the Admiralty Winston Churchill had promised that Allied troops will "use this summer...

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