At a time when every Russian private could join with Adolf Hitler in yearning for news about the when & how of a second front, all that came out of Britain last week were portentous hints of great things afoot:
> British censors passed news stories of tremendous landing-party exercises by Canadian troops on the coast of Britain with A.E.F. lieutenants and sergeants joining for experience in invasion tactics.
> Dwight David Eisenhower, newly appointed commander of the U.S. forces in the European theater, was promoted from major general to lieutenant general.
> The U.S....