THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS: Fruitful Adjournment

The Assembly of the League of Nations adjourned last week after a momentous session lasting 20 days (TIME, Sept. 6 et seq.) during which Germany was admitted to the League, the question of permanent League Council seats was adjusted, and the Locarno Pacts were finally rendered operative by the deposit of their ratifications with the League Secretariat.

Final developments on the eve of adjournment:

Chinese Defy. The wily and irrepressible Chinese representative on the Council of the League, Chu Chao-hsin again* exploded a bombshell of anti-British propaganda at Geneva. Meek-eyed, expressionless, he...

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