Foreign News: Empire

The world-girdling domain of palm & pine upon which the sun never sets and in which the people call themselves Bahamians or Rhodesians, New Zealanders or Canadians, but are at heart Englishmen first, last and always, is properly and politely called the British Commonwealth of Nations. In wartime, it is the British Empire. No test applied to its unity could be more certain of positive reaction than the test of Hitlerism: autarchic despotism v. the birthright of freeborn Britons. The British Empire's far-flung parts approached that test last week in different ways. Alphabetically:...

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