THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS: At Geneva

Once again the halls of the League of Nations resounded to the noise of "great argument" about peace, security, arbitration, etc.; but, as ever, the assembled statesmen "came out by the same door" as in they went.

Peace. The feature of the week was the passing, with every Nation voting "yes," of the Polish proposal for outlawing aggressive warfare (TIME, Sept. 19). The adopted resolution declared: "all wars of aggression are and always shall be prohibited, and that every pacific means must be employed to settle disputes of every description which may arise...

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