Canada at War: THE DOMINION: For the Defense

A Canadian soldier came to the defense of the Canadian civilian last week. On leave from Canada's ist Division, Captain Alan Chambers took his seat in the House of Commons. There, a few days before, a fellow officer, R.C.A.F. Group Captain Denton Massey, had berated Canadians for their complacency (TIME, May 8). Up rose Captain Chambers to reply:

"It is not unusual to find men returning from overseas who become a little bitter on the subject of the attitude of civilians at home. That is understandable. ... I want to pay a tribute to the working men & women . ....

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