"Europe yesterday was a battlefield. Europe today is an anachronism. Europe tomorrow will be a federation."

With this slogan-battle-cry able Balkan Publicist Richard Kouden-hove-Kalergi, by maternal strain a Japanese, by paternal inheritance a count of Austria, has been seeking for some five years to assemble a congress of Pan-Europeans.

His vision materialized at Vienna last week when France, Belgium, Austria and Finland sent official representatives to discuss Pan-Europeanism with the unofficial representatives of 22 other nations —Germany being represented by onetime (1921-22) Chancellor Karl Joseph Wirth.

After two days of amicable discussion...

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