FRANCE: Without Displeasure''

An invitation to Signor Mussolini, requesting a personal conference with him, was the nub of a speech delivered, last week, to the Chamber of Deputies by Foreign Minister Aristide Briand. Said he: "Speaking for myself and for my country, we are friends of Italy. ... Despite the friction which is said to exist, I am firmly convinced that an accord can be made between the two countries. . . . During the War, Signor Mussolini was one of the greatest helpers in the collaboration of his...

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