GREAT BRITAIN: Parting Thoughts

"Winston soothes France,"said an eight-column banner in London's Daily Express. The Prime Minister's two-day visit to Paris last week was plainly designed to allay French fears before he set sail on the Queen Mary this week for his first official trip to the U.S. since the war. He wanted to assure his political next-door neighbor, French Premier Rene Pleven, that he would make no deals with the Americans which left France out in the cold. And he made it plain that Britain's refusal to join a Western Europe economic or military federation did not mean that it was opposed...

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