GREAT BRITAIN: P. M. to A. G.

P.M.toA.G.

The sort of little story Russians are always telling about Stalin, Germans about Hitler and Turks about Kamal Ataturk—a story which might be true and strikes the tellers as supremely characteristic—was being murmured over London teacups last week about God-fearing Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin. Englishmen make a great thing of initials in their speech and the "P. M." (Prime Minister) was said to have been going over with the Cabinet the speech he subsequently made in the House of Commons upon the accession of King Edward VIII. Afterward Mr. Baldwin's...

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