HUNGARY: Magyar Kiralyi*

Saying that he hoped to see the royal regime re-established before his death, Count Albert Apponyi, (pronounced Ar'-pan-yee) 81, Grand Old Man of Hungary, said to pressmen at Geneva:

"Nine-tenths of the Hungarian people, including, myself, would gladly welcome the return to a monarchy. Budapest would receive our exiled Queen and Prince Otto as our King with enthusiasm, but the big European powers object to this natural and rational solution of the simple dynastic problem.

"Therefore the royal family remains in exile instead of reigning in...

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