Foreign News: THE LEAGUE

The past week's session of the Fifth Assembly of the League of Nations was one of "alarums and excursions."

¶ The stage was set for the interminable wrangling over the protocol of arbitration, security and disarmament, when news was flashed from Berlin that Dr. Gustav Stresemann, German Foreign Minister, quitted his sanitorium* bed, journeyed to the capital to take part in a memorable Cabinet meeting in President Ebert's Wilhelmstrasse residence, which ended in a unanimous decision to apply for membership in the League.

John Corbin, League correspondent...

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