GREAT BRITAIN: Mountain of Anger

The dread term Munich men returned to British tongues again. Many critics attributed the Government's failure to open a second front to high officialdom. The critics suspected anxiety to restore the old order and a fear of Russian victory.

The critics wondered, for example, about Arch-Tory War Secretary Captain H. D. R. Margesson, who had once been Neville Chamberlain's Jim Farley. They wondered about Arch-Tory Ambassador to the U.S. Lord Halifax, who had publicly declared that the time was not ripe for Britain to invade Europe. They wondered about Arch-Tory Aircraft Production Minister...

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