Foreign News: Accolade

"I cannot describe to the House the aid and comfort he has been to me in all our difficulties. . . . His unequaled experience at the Foreign Office, his knowledge of foreign affairs and its past history, his experience of conferences of all kinds, his breadth of view, his power of exposition, his moral courage have gained for him a position second to none among the foreign secretaries of the Grand Alliance."

So Winston Churchill last week described upright, dependable Anthony Eden to the House of Commons. It looked very much as if Churchill...

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