Foreign News: Mr. Prime Minister!

In Rome last week, while newsmen shot questions at him, Prime Minister Winston Churchill sat down on an open barrel of political TNT and calmly lit a cigar. He had arrived in Italy four days before the Allied armada invaded southern France, three days after the sudden arrival of Yugoslavia's Marshal Tito. Since then he had talked to Tito, to Italy's Premier Ivanoe Bonomi, Marshal Badoglio, Lieutenant of the Realm Prince Umberto, to Pope Pius XII. These talks might have concerned military plans. They almost certainly concerned the future plans of Britain and...

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