CANADA: Mackenzie King Complains

In Canada's House of Commons last week Prime Minister William Lyon King aired a grievance against the U.S. and Britain. Diplomatically but to the point, he found fault with London and Washington "security precautions" which: 1) prohibited him from making announcements occasionally on the progress of the war; 2) failed to single out and credit Canadian forces when credit was due. Canada and smaller countries, he suggested, might get a news break now & then.

The Prime Minister's complaint was one of long standing. It went back to the British War Office's old prejudice against identifying military units smaller than armies...

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