President Thomas G. Masaryk of Czecho-Slovakia, accompanied by Foreign Minister Eduard Benes, arrived at the Station du Bois de Bologne, which was draped into a blaze of gold and red for the historic reception. On the platform were waiting President Millerand of France, Premier Poincaré and a large number of notables. Greetings having been exchanged, the two Presidents entered an eight-horsed state carriage which had not been used since the visit of King George and Queen Mary in April, 1914. Foreign Minister Benes and Premier Poincaré entered...

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