GREAT BRITAIN: The Campbell Is Coming

Winston Churchill last week made it evident that he intended to put British relations with the U. S. on a new and highly significant basis.

Probably no other British consul ever became as popular in Philadelphia, San Francisco and Manhattan as did ruddy Sir Gerald Campbell, whose after-dinner stories have made hundreds of prominent U. S. businessmen slap their thighs. Canny Winston Churchill, having already picked Viscount Halifax as Ambassador to the U. S., last week plucked ebullient Sir Gerald from Ottawa, where he has lately been serving as High Commissioner* for the Mother Country, and assigned him to Washington—obviously as...

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