THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS: At Geneva

Backed by Occidental public opinion, the Council of the League of Nations handed down two unanimous decisions of the first importance last week:

MOSUL. The vexed question of whether the Republic of Turkey or the British-protected Kingdom of Irak shall hold sway over the oil fields and Christians in the Vilayet of Mosul (TIME, Dec. 31 et ante) was illuminated early in the week by the report of the Esthonian General Laidoner, sent by the League to investigate British charges against the Turks (TIME, Oct. 12).

Turkish Atrocities of the perennially familiar...

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