INTERNATIONAL: Snowden v. Europe

A thin-lipped little Yorkshireman with the cold, drawn face of a stone gargoyle—that was Right Honorable Philip Snowden, Chancellor of His Britannic Majesty's Exchequer, as he bristled and battled last week at The Hague. What he wanted was for twelve nations to reopen the question of how German reparations are to be divided among the creditor powers. That question was closed at Paris (TIME, May 13. et seq.) when the Young plan was drafted by the countries' foremost financiers. In presenting their handiwork to European statesmen. Owen...

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