Last week the war was returning to where it had come from. A mighty ally of Czechoslovakia had advanced within a hundred miles of her eastern frontier. Five years, to the week, after German boots had hit the cobblestones of Prague, and the solar plexus of the world, the Czechoslovak Government ordered its people to join, in "an armed uprising," the approaching "Army of Liberation."
The call came from London. The "Army of Liberation" was coming from Soviet Russia. There was not too much reason to expect that the call can...
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