GREAT BRITAIN: Blitzkrieg or Sitzkrieg?

GREAT BRITAIN Blitzkrieg or Sitzkrieg?

Acclaimed for its explanation of its policy toward the Russo-Finnish war (see col. 3), the British Government (and Parliament) prepared to go home for Easter. One question still weighed on Parliament's collective mind (and on the minds of lots of other people), so the Chamberlain Government briskly addressed itself to relieving the pressure. The question: Were the Allies wise to pursue their seven-month "Sitzkrieg?"

Because Britons have taken quite a pummeling from the Germans on sea and from the air, and because they have given the Germans quite a punching around in the Sylt, Altmark...

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