Foreign News: Clash of Opinion

R.M.S. Queen Elizabeth (83,673 tons) completed the 3,007 nautical miles from Ambrose Light to Bishop Rock at an average 29.73 knots—her fastest eastbound crossing since the war. The Queen's No. I passenger, Sir Winston Churchill, expressed himself content with the passage, and manfully concealed his disappointment in the outcome of his talks with President Eisenhower. "We have not entirely failed," said he upon landing, pink-faced and zesty, at Southampton.

"Nothing comes before the true and lasting friendship between Britain and the United States." But once back home in Whitehall, the great man began...

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