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Erratum, FH 112

Finest Hour 113, Winter 2001-02

Page 09

Where did the end of Robbins’s article on the Atlantic Charter get to? In my copy the article ends mid-sentence on page 23. —EVAN QUENON

@#$°/o!H The missing words are: “one of Beaverbrook’s newspapers” and the last sentence should read: “Like Churchill, Spring had written for one of Beaverbrook’s newspapers.” In transferring files, sometimes the pixels dump a line. This line was there in the proofs, lost in the bluelines, and we didn’t notice. Sorry. —ED.

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