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168, 175. '' On 19 May: "Again, as in the autumn, Martin and I, like other 43. 44. The Hinge of Fate In addition to such personal recollections, there exists another, rather valuable fund of sources of evidences of public opinion and popular sentiment in Britain at that time. These are the files of 'Mass-Observation," or M-0, as it came to be known, preserved in . ~ the ~ United States a the archives of the University of S u ~ s e xIn milestone in the history of public opinion research was the establishment of the Gallup Institute in Princeton in 1 9 3 5 .
It makes a savage but coherent tale, one thing following ruthlessly and logically upon the next, but at the time in Auburn (who like the child in the crowd at the barrier, not seeing any better for being in the front row) nothing seemed at all logical. We got t o hear of things in a slightly different order from the true one. , 154). The Hinge of Fate admired the enemy efficiency from a purely professional point of view. "43 Unlike during the First World War, there was now the prospect of invasion.
There was a significant vote when dozens of his own Conservative Party members deserted him. Churchill stood by him, unreservedly loyal, though knowing that his own hour might have come. On 9 May Chamberlain concluded that he had to resign. There must be a National Government, including ministers from the Labour Party. His preferred successor was Halifax. Most of the Conservatives preferred Halifax. The king preferred Halifax. There was still plenty of dis- The Hinge of Fate trust, (even though momentarily latent) of Churchill.