In Rome in the Doria Palace—lent by Prince Doria, descendant of the famed Genoa Admiral—containing 1,000 rooms with accommodations for 6,000 troops, assembled the Council of the League of Nations.
Among the 40 agenda the Council was particularly concerned over:
1) Discussion of the Protocol to the Covenant of the League (TIME, Oct. 13).
2) Explanation of the recent happenings in Egypt (TIME, Dec. 1 et seq.) by the British member.
Austen Chamberlain, British Foreign Secretary, scurried from London. At Paris, he found time to put in a sound half-day's work. At Rome,...