SOUTH AFRICA: Prince Crisis

A peculiar and perturbing crisis developed in South Africa, last week, a few days prior to the arrival of Edward of Wales and the Duke of Gloucester, to begin their famed Afric hunting tour (TIME, Sept. 17).

The Duke of Gloucester, third son of George V, had been scheduled to efface himself, thus leaving Edward of Wales in accustomed prominence. But just before Their Royal Highnesses' ship docked at Mombasa, East Africa, an interview was given out by Prime Minister James Barry Munnik Hertzog of South Africa, in which he clearly indicated a...

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