Foreign News: Golden Book

At the Hotel de Ville (Town Hall) of Paris last week appeared natty, bemonocled Sir Joseph Austen Chamberlain, British Secretary for Foreign Affairs, to receive on behalf of the British Commonwealth of Nations the famed "Golden Book of France."

The Golden Book, inspired by one the British gave to France in 1920, is, in the words of Premier Raymond Poincare, a mark of the "admiration, gratitude, affection" of the French people for those of the Commonwealth.

The book has been under preparation for seven years. It is lavishly...

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