THE Galloping Galloway was scarcely moored to the dockat Portsmouth Yard, Philadelphia. when Swede Murphy got orders to take her to sea again. Destroyer skippers are used to that sort of thing, so Swede informed the division flag he’d get under way in half an hour, and when fifteen minutes of that time was up, he climbed the bridge to make what the United States Navy calls an “estimate of the situation.”By ALLAN R. BOSWORTH24 min
BEHIND many of the discreet club windows in St. James's and Pall Mall old gentlemen drank brandy and soda, and young bloods drank whisky and soda, talk-talk-talked. “Who is this fellow Churchill?” said the red-faced and white-mustached General (retired).By JOHN COULTER24 min
BETWEEN this and the previous issue of Maclean's, Prime Minister Mackenzie King has given parliament an effective comparison of Canada’s war effort, and of our aid to Britain, with what an equal effort by the United States would mean. Said Mr. King:
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