THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS: In Memoriam Wilsonis

Upon the wall supporting the terrace below the Secretariat of the League of Nations is a tablet: "To the Memory of Woodrow Wilson, President of the United States, Founder of the League of Nations. The Town of Geneva."

Last week it was unveiled. The President of the Town Council, the U. S. Consul, Sir Eric Drummond (Secretary General of the League) made speeches. Sir Eric made reference to "the atmosphere of Geneva, which, being clear from any international strife, has an appealing virtue which tends to render passions less violent and disputes less...

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