THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS: Ominous Week

Monday. At Geneva, the Assembly of The League of Nations met beneath the glare of "movie arc lights," and chose Sir Austen Chamberlain, the British Foreign Secretary, to chairman a committee created to pass upon Germany's "credentials" and report (perfunctorily, of course) upon the eligibility of Germany to enter the League.

Meanwhile the Council of the League of Nations met-"without movie arcs"-and found itself still completely deadlocked as to whether Germany alone should be given a permanent Council seat,* or whether Poland, Spain, Brazil or some other Minor Power should be permanently...

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