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WAY OF THE WAR: Civil War?

... possibility of history repeating itself. In the first World War civil strife swept Ireland. In the second war there is every prospect, unless there is firm government and strong leadership, that civil strife on a vaster scale and in a more vital part of the ...

WAY OF THE WAR

... returning home Mrs. Roosevelt is expected to pay a farewell call on the King and Queen. It had been her intention to return to the United States before this, but they were most pressing that she should visit them again. They wanted to hear from Mrs. Roosevelt ...

WAY OF THE WAR: Far Eastern Problems

... Germans. It seems that the Amer an units may operate under the separate comn nd of their own officers. Lie r. -General Arnold learned to fly with the V light brothers, he holds the second pilot' ertificate granted in the United States, and I has the longest ...

WAY OF THE WAR: Spring Offensive

... to the British memorandum. United States policy is set by the rigid principles of Mr. Cordell Hull, who detests anything which appears to lack consistency. Great Britain is in different relations with Russia than the United States. She can recognise Russia's ...

Black Pastures: Hitler having constructed the World's most powerful war engine, must fuel it with Oil Products ..

... his civil list. The struggle between Deutsche Bank men and the financiers back of the Royal Dutch- Shell group was on when Enver Pasha's Young Turks staged their successful revolt and a new nationalist finance ministry took over the Sultan's civil list ...

THESE NAMES MADE MOST NEWS IN 1942

... city named after him which will live as long as military history itself. The latter for presiding over the recovery of the United States from Pearl Harbour to Algiers and the Solomons, via Bataan, Midway and the Coral Sea. The other of the Big Four, Chiang ...

MOTLEY NOTES: Old and True

... incurring that ancient re proach of selfishness. I observe that a speaker at the Conference of Women Civil Servants has been deploring the reluctance of the' Civil Service to utilise the woman-power of the sbountrv. This,. I grieve to learn, is due, to a great ...

Published: Wednesday 15 July 1942
Newspaper: The Sketch
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 2582 | Page: 2, 3, 4 | Tags: Illustrations 

WAY OF THE WAR

... succeed Capta in Margesson as Secretary for War is the first example of a Civil Servant taking ministerial charge of the department where he works. During his nine years in the Civil Service he was Principal Private Secretary to successive Chancellors of ...

WAY OF THE WAR: Anglo- Russian Alliance

... some surpluses in the world, though not so many at the disposal of the United Nations as there were before Japan scored her great initial success in the Far East. Fortunately, the United Nations do hold an immense volume of the world's wheat supplies, and ...

WAY OF THE WAR: Aggressiveness With Caution

... of the United States are said to take so much interest. Of course, many people of the United States heard of the Ottawa Conference, that great imperial gathering held outside the capital of the Mother Country for the first time. In the United States there ...

WAY OF THE WAR: Royal Birthday

... stead. Parliament, the people, and the Monarchy were never more united. The Empire was never more strongly consolidated. Before the war the visit of the King and Queen to Canada and the United States did more than even now we can appreciate to bind the people ...