POLAND: About Napoleon!

Should U. S. Secretary of War Dwight Filley Davis return to Washington from a six-weeks vacation he would not expect to be met at the station by the President and Mrs. Coolidge, the Cabinet, the entire Diplomatic Corps and the 100 highest ranking Army officers.

In Poland it is otherwise.

When Polish War Minister Josef Pilsudski returned to Warsaw, last week, he and his police dog looked down from their railway compartment upon President Ignatz Moscicki, Prime Minister Kazimir Bartel & Cabinet, the Diplomatic Corps, and a round 100 bespangled generals and lesser...

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