BERMUDA: Cooperative Mail Control

Not always clear to U. S. citizens is the extent to which the U. S. and Great Britain are cooperating in Britain's war effort. A destroyer swap is one thing, collaboration on South American trade missions another. But many U. S. citizens remain unaware that virtually all U. S. mail going to or coming from Europe is held for examination at Bermuda.

Tip-off to the extent of the censorship was the brief announcement last week that Great Britain had sent 200 additional censors to its sunny Atlantic playground. Bedded in the...

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