Locarno Found Wanting
"Belgium today is completely open to invasion and her situation is very much more critical than in 1914."
Defense Minister Comte Charles M. P. A. de Broqueville was speaking last week in Brussels before the Belgian Chamber. There were those before him who remembered that he spoke, in 1912, as Premier, to much the same effect. He was heeded then, and Belgium embarked (1913) upon a five-year program of armament. But the Germans came within a year. . . .
Last week, Comte de Broqueville...