June 13, 1941 (19th Parliament, 2nd Session)

NAT

Grote Stirling

National Government

Hon. GROTE STIRLING (Yale):

On the day which the optimists think may be the last of this session before adjournment, and I sincerely trust they are right, the Prime Minister (Mr. Mackenzie King) has drawn together the threads of international affairs, the war story, and particularly that -part of it which Canada is playing, into one statement which will go out to the public of Canada and to a wider public than that. I trust that it will have the effect which I have no doubt the right hon. gentleman had in mind, namely, of strengthening, if strengthening be necessary, the morale of the people, and driving home once more to the intelligence of every individual that there is just one thing which will bring us through to victory, and that is the spending of ourselves individually in the whole effort.

Topic:   THE WAR
Subtopic:   REVIEW OP RECENT DEVELOPMENTS AND OP
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