GREAT BRITAIN: New Georgians

Resumption of business by the Lords and Commons last week, after the long British Christmas-New Year recess, opened politically the new Georgian era of George VI. It was not an occasion which required His Majesty to open Parliament in state with a Speech from the Throne, the last such required speech having been read loud and clear by Edward VIII (TIME, Nov. 9). Today George VI is making rapid further progress with doctors and vocalists to overcome his defective speech (TIME, Dec. 21), and the Duke of Kent was recently pressed into...

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