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Chinese Battle Japs

By United Press.

LONDON, WEDNESDAY--Wendell L. Willkie started back home early today after a whirlwind 10-day tour of besieged Britain, leaving behind a parting message that the British are "almost miraculously fortunate" in having a man like Winston Churchill as their war leader.

Willkie files today to Lisbon, where be will board a clipper for the United States, to appear in Washington and support President Roosevelt's all-out aid the Britain.

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