Canada at War: THE SERVICES: Fighting Fit

Lieut. General Andrew George Latta McNaughton came home last week, feeling fighting fit and in a fighting mood. Officially because of ill health, Canada's first soldier had been retired from command of the Canadian Army overseas. When reporters saw him at Quebec's swank Seigniory Club he looked in the pink. Said he: "There is nothing wrong with me. . . . It will be up to those who made statements about my health to explain them."

Plainly, Andy McNaughton had not wanted to come home and was still burning over the orders that brought him back to Canada (TIME, Jan....

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