The War Illustrated, No. 241, Vol. 10, September 13th 1946

SEPTEMBER 13,1946 Edited by Sir John Hammerton |iN O .242 WILL BE PUBLISHED FRIDAY .SEPT EMBER 27 AS LORD WARDEN OF THE CINQUE PORTS, MR. CHURCHILL was formally installed in office, at Dover, on August I!. 1946. He had accepted the honour of this post—which has endured for nearly 1,000 years and of which he is the 158th holder—i.i September 1941. Dr. Fisher, Archbishop of Canterbury, alluded to Mr. Churchill as 1 1 one who in the years of our greatest peril and need kept watch and ward over England, over the Empire, and over freedom.” See also illus. page 328. Photo, Kcystoni
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