GERMANY: Hindenburg

Before the warm glow of his German hearth,, many a citizen of the Deutsches Reich scanned with rage and alarm, last week, the intemperate bombast of the German press, which thundered a warning that the Allied Powers were even then "packing" the Council of the League of Nations against Germany. (See THE LEAGUE, opposite page.)

Only one soothing note was struck: the assertion that Germany's "will to enter the League alone," as epitomized in the inflexible person of her President, must triumph. As youthful Germans crowded about their...

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