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(Untitled), 20 Nov 1934

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 2/228/34

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Letter from H A Gwynne, The Morning Post, London, to WSC, on his Amendment to the Address on the inadequacy of Britain's air defence. Stating that it was very unfair that the Labour Party should be allowed to pose as pacifists when the question of building of defences was discussed. Suggesting that he "call their bluff", and ask them directly "Are you in favour of Hitler and all he stands for, or are you not? If you are not, then you must support my Amendment. If you are, then have the courage to tell the country so.".


  • 20 Nov 1934

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Pub. Winston S Churchill : Companion Volume V, Part 2, pp.926-927

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