Foreign News: Explanations re Finland

The failure of the Allies to prevent Finland's fall was one sentimental reason that the Daladier Government fell sympathetically last week (see p. 20). In Great Britain, too, the Finnish post-mortem continued, but with a difference. On the strength of it the Chamberlain Government was described as "riding a bull market." Far from condemning what Britain had done and left undone for brave little Finland, from an unexpected source, the Labor benches in the House of Commons, M. P. Josiah Wedgwood rejoiced: "If it were not for the greatest piece of luck this...

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