Foreign News: No Peace, No Rest, No Parley

If Winston Churchill was still far from disarming British critics of his conduct of the war (see above), no one found fault with his spirit last week. A few days after outmaneuvering his Parliamentary questioners, he gave one of his richest expressions of Britain's fighting purpose, putting the quietus on any suspicion that the Churchill Government might accept a negotiated peace.

Behind the grim, bomb-scarred, brownstone walls of St. James's Palace the Prime Minister met with representatives of Britain's Allies.* Enlarging on a joint resolution to prosecute the war without letup, Winston Churchill...

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