Foreign News: About the Voyage I Made . . .

Winston Churchill told the world and the world hung on his words. With the scene laid by his conference with a friend "at sea," with his audience in both hemispheres worked up to a pitch of curiosity, the leading man made an entrance at the climax of an act, and played his scene triumphantly.

Throughout his entire 40 years of public utterance Winston Churchill was seldom in better form than this week in his radio speech to the world. His timing was matchless. He rang all the changes of political oratory. He slipped in sly asides that made listeners guffaw; he made...

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