GREAT BRITAIN: Restraint Unparalleled

The man who had brought Britain through the greatest war in its history reported last week to the nation. In a 35-minute speech, marked by a halting delivery as if he were very tired, Prime Minister Winston Churchill: ¶Reviewed Britain's heroic role in a thumbnail history of World War II.

¶Revealed that the invasion of Normandy saved Britain "just in time" from a shelling by new German long-range artillery that might have left London "as shattered as Berlin."

¶ Urged that the security organization being set up in San Francisco (see INTERNATIONAL), should "not become a shield for the strong...

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