GREAT BRITAIN: Greatest Saboteur

Tall, trim Sir Reginald Hugh Dorman-Smith, Governor-eject of Burma, arrived in London impatient to dispel two nasty suspicions: 1) that many of the Burmese people had helped the enemy into their country; 2) that evacuating British forces had left Burmese earth unscorched. Said Old Harrovian Sir Reginald: "The Burmese with any stake in the country played the game by Great Britain. When the invasion began, the Japanese did not succeed in winning over a single Burman of any weight."

If the Old Harrovian had been trying to put a good face on things with a bit of guff, he had...

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