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By BRADLEY P. TOLPPANEN
Sinclair aging: “He did so much and worried so greatly on account of the boys who lost their lives…no wonder that he is now a war casualty.”
Tags: Archibald Sinclair, Arthur Greenwood, Arthur Tedder, Battle of Moreuil Wood, Bradley P. Tolppanen, Charles Portal, Clement Attlee, Cyril Newall, Edward Halifax, Edward Spears, Gerard De Groot, H.H. Asquith, Harold Macmillan, Hugh Dowding, Jack Seely, Leopold Amery, Max Beaverbrook, Munich, Neville Chamberlain, Ottawa Conference, Sholto Douglas, Stanley Baldwin, The Other Club, Winston S. Churchill,
By CHRISTOPHER C. HARMON
Still visible above swirls of pettiness, heroes remain: Brooke, the great general; above him, looming ever larger, the man who saved liberty.
Tags: Alan Brooke, Andrew Cunningham, Arthur Bryant, Bernard Montgomery, Charles Portal, Chiang Kai-shek, Christopher C. Harmon, Dwight Eisenhower, George Marshall, Harold Alexander, John Dill, Josef Stalin, King George VI, P.J. Grigg, Philip Vian, Singapore, Winston S. Churchill,
By RICHARD COHEN and RICHARD M. LANGWORTH
The main concern for Pilecki at Auschwitz was the fate of Poles, but in describing that of the Jews he asked a stark question: “Were we all people”?
Tags: Allied War Declaration of 1942, Anne Frank, Auschwitz, Auschwitz Protocols, Bergen-Belsen, Bermuda Refugee Conference, Charles Portal, Esther Gilbert, Evian Conference, Franklin Roosevelt, Holocaust, Jack Fairweather, Jan Karski, Józef Garliński. Witold Pilecki, Kazimierz Sosnkowski, Martin Gilbert, Polish Underground, Pope Pius XII, Richard Cohen, Stefan Rowecki, Stephen Wise, Winston S. Churchill, Wladyslaw Sikorski, Yad Vashem,