Foreign News: Kennedy on Antagonisms

During the recent Czechoslovak crisis the British people scared worse than any other in Europe, and in the panic atmosphere of London scared U. S. citizens found in Ambassador Joseph P. Kennedy an envoy who flung his dynamic energies without reserve into the job of getting them home as fast as possible. During the panic period Mr. Kennedy was not perhaps quite as close to Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain as U. S. Ambassador to France William Christian Bullitt was to Premier Edouard Daladier, but he unquestionably saw the crisis from the inside. Last week...

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