Foreign News: Workmen & Soldiers

Down to Moscow's rainswept airport dashed the great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of the Duke of Marlborough—Winston Churchill. With him dashed the cobbler's son from Tiflis. Never before had Joseph Stalin made such a good-will gesture to any visiting foreign statesman. Stalin was all smiles. He had been ever since his talks with Churchill began in the Kremlin ten days ago.

As a final gesture of trusting friendship, he ventured into the British Prime Minister's airplane to see what it looked like.

Then Winston Churchill spoke:

"We have worked very hard. We have been a council of workmen and...

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