THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS: Laurel Leaves

The Council of the League of Nations, sitting at Brussels, Belgian capital, had a busy and significant week. Before it, appeared Fethi Bey, Turkish representative, and Lord Parmoor, Lord President of the Council, British representative, pledged to accept the decision of the Council on Turko-British dispute over the Irak-Turkish boundary (TIME, Oct. 27).

The crux of the trouble between Britain and Turkey has been that each has a different idea as to where the boundary line should be situate. This led to no mere equivocation. Angry words and angry deeds resulted;...

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