yd i o The Wait Mull f a U e c lN° 24Q SIXPENCE AUGUST 30.1946 BRITAIN’S PRIME MINISTER ADDRESSING THE PARIS PEACE CONFERENCE which opened on July 29,1945. Seated above the Rt. Hon. Clement R. Attlee (deputizing for our Foreign Minister during the Rt. Hon Ernest Bevin's indisposition) isM. Bidault. Criticism of the deliberations, Mr. Attlee warned, should be tempered with consideration for "the nations who did the fighting (and that includes alt those in this hall) are very tired.” Se? also pages 303-306 and 313. P/to!i>, A ssociatiJ Prcsi Ecy/tea' by Sir John Hammerton^ jji N O .241 WILL BE PUBLISHED FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13
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