Original caption: Back from his home in Chequers after the weekend, Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill is shown arriving at No. 10 Downing Street in a fur-lined coat and monogrammed bedroom slippers. Not showing is the Churchillian irritation over publication of the Yalta documents. Yesterday it showed when Churchill told the House of Commons that the U.S. government had changed its mind over the "untimely" publication of the documents. He said the British government was informed on March 11 that the administration in Washington had decided not to publish the papers. Four days later "we were told that publication could not be resisted any longer," Churchill said.
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