INTERNATIONAL: Peace Month

At Rheims, martyred memorial city of World War destruction, 4,000 pacifists from 30 countries assembled last week for the Fifth International Democratic Peace Conference. Nine hundred of the delegates were young Germans, representing almost every German city. At the first session, the present month of August, 1926, was proclaimed "international peace month," the delegates voting to encamp in tents upon the onetime World War battlefields of France through Aug. 29, "in order to pursue an intensive study of international peace work."

As everyone knows, former French Premiers Briand, Caillaux, Painlevé and Herriot,...

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