Hi, would you please tell me what is the meaning of ....I' d like to go to your front in the following text:
Churchill is tired of being needled and ganged up on. Minutes later, he storms out, heading for the back garden.
Chomping on his cigar and standing in the garden, he's still fuming - but as he gazes out into the night, he feels a hand on his shoulder.
He and Molotov have come out to reassure Churchill that it was all just a joke. They want to make amends.
Churchill calms down, and they walk back together. Yet the Prime Minister is still offended that they said he was being soft on Germany. Back in the dining room, he declares to the two Soviet leaders, " I'd like to go to your front, and I'm in my seventeenth year!"
Please note that the text is from the book The Nazi Conspiracy.