Last week, Seymour Parker Gilbert Jr., Agent General of Reparations, made the first extensive report on the operations of The Experts' Plan, which was put into effect at the conclusion of the London Conference last year (TIME, Aug. 25, Sept. 8).

Mr. Parker, 32 years old, tall, slender, brown-haired and blue-eyed, once Under Secretary of the U. S. Treasury (a special post created for him) is one of the most important men in Europe and perhaps the most powerful man in Germany. Under the title of Agent General of Reparations, he is responsible...

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