Dr. Benes, Czecho-Slovakian Foreign Minister, made a speech at Prague in which he defined the attitude of Czecho-Slovakia toward Hungary. After he had finished his opponents said: " No one should know the disposition of his country toward another better than Dr. Benes, but when he resorts to choosing facts calculated to reveal Hungary in the most odious light, his assertions sink to the worthless level of propaganda."

In the course of a long tirade against Hungary, Dr. Benes made it plain that Czecho-Slovakia backed France against Britain and the other Allies...

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