Last week, Oct. 5 was definitely set as the date on which representatives of Britain, France, Italy, Belgium, Poland and Czecho-Slovakia will meet with Foreign Minister Stresemann and Chancellor Luther of Germany, to discuss regional agreements (TIME, Sept. 21) intended to guarantee the Rhine and Eastern frontiers of the Reich. It was announced that Austen Chamberlain and M. Briand will represent Britain and France; but that the opening of the general council of the Facist party at Rome, also on Oct. 5, will prevent Signor Mussolini from being...

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