GREECE: Orders Obeyed

Ten days after the flare-up of hostilities between Greece and Bulgaria (TIME, Nov. 2), the Council of the League of Nations was able to announce that it had caused the two embroiled nations to withdraw all troops within their own frontiers,. thus stamping out the last openly warlike manifestations between them. During the week, the Council of the League, under the chairmanship of its Acting President, M. Briand, assembled daily in the famous Clock Room of the French Foreign Office, and held the representatives of Greece and Bulgaria, respectively M. Carapanos...

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