The spirit of Europe was visibly coming alive last week under the quiet, sure touch of General Dwight Eisenhower. Wherever he went, Ike met and encouraged a growing will to resist the Communist threat.
Britain: Assurances. Before he left London, where he had arrived 70 hours before from the northern leg of his trip, Ike had every reason to expect that Britain would double her production of planes and tanks, increase her army by 2½ divisions, her defense spending by 25%.
Portugal: Photography. In Lisbon, Ike stayed at the ornately elegant Aviz Hotel, in...