GREAT BRITAIN: Royal Commission & Clips

Members of the Royal Commission now looking into the British war industries business again last week gave London the impression that all they knew and all they are likely to find out is what they had read in the papers while U. S. Senators were sending agents snooping through munitioneers' files, forcing witnesses to testify under oath and threatening contempt proceedings (TIME, Sept. 24, 1934 et seq.).

Not empowered to do any of these things, the Royal Commission got through the week with Royal Commissioners reading fistfuls of U. S. newspaper clippings in accusing voices at British munitioneers who seemed...

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