INTERNATIONAL: European Security

In answer to a note addressed to her by France, acting also on behalf of Britain and Belgium, Germany last week advanced the cause of European security.

Early in the year Germany intimated to France that she was willing in the interests of peace to guarantee the status quo of the frontier dividing Germany from France and Belgium, but specifically left for peaceful negotiations all questions relative to the boundary which separates the Reich from Poland and Czecho-Slovakia. Britain later agreed, subject to parliamentary ratification, to guarantee the powers on both sides...

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