Foreign News: New Soviet Envoy

Silk-hatted, frock-coated, begloved, bespatted M. Bogomolov arrived in Warsaw to present his credentials to Polish President Ignatz Moscicki as Soviet Minister to Poland. A company of Polish soldiery accompanied the new envoy to the presidential palace.

Four months ago (TIME, June 20) Soviet Minister Peter Lazarevitch Vojkov was felled in a Warsaw railway station by the foul hand of a boy assassin. Due note of that fact was emphasized by the arrival of M. Bogomolov, who symbolizes a return of normal Russo-Polish relations, after a period of horror struck deep in Russia by political and...

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