THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS: Via Pacis

In the world forum at Geneva, the Conference for the Control of the International Trade in Arms, Ammunition and Implements of War, called by the League of Nations for last May (TIME, May 11 et seq.), came to the end of its labors. Amid the clinking of Vermouth glasses and the attendant sounds of mirth, it was evident that the assembled delegates of 45 nations were well pleased with the outcome of their long negotiations.

"Thanks to the perseverance and perhaps also to the prestige of the League of Nations," said Count Carton...

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