25 OCTOBER 1940, Page 5

I wrote last week of Mr. F. G. Friedlander, the

new Fellow of Trinity, who at the time of his election was residing in an internment camp somewhere in Canada, having been transported thither from a similar institution in this country. I learn that the Home Office has now decided that Mr. Freidlander can now safely be liberated, and will be free to return to this country if he chooses. I should be interested to know at whose expense he will travel, and in particular whether a Government which sent him to Canada in the style befitting an interned alien (Austrian, not German) will bring him back in the style befitting a Fellow of Trinity.

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