GREAT BRITAIN: Poor Relations

>The London magazine Time and Tide charged that American Red Cross clubs in Britain, now open only to U.S. troops, encouraged "segregation," prevented free and healthy mingling of Britons and Yanks. Many a thoughtful American concurred, but wondered how the Red Cross could do otherwise.

>Midlands farmers were told that they must vacate their land for U.S. tank-training grounds. The natural reaction: they forgot that thousands of farmers had previously done the same for British, Canadian, even Polish troops. One softly cursed: "Aye, we went through the blitz . . . but...

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