War of Nerves

On the day that Parliament opened a new session without its Prime Minister (see p.39), the Vichy radio broadcast: "During the next session of Commons, Mr. Attlee will take the place of Churchill.

In Washington, press conferences have occurred during the absence of President Roosevelt. Soviet communiques are published without an order of the day by Stalin." Now the question was: What are they waiting for? The first answer came from Cairo and Washington: only Chiang has been with Roosevelt and Churchill up to this week; newsmen were told that further word from Roosevelt, Churchill, Stalin would come "from time...

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