Two smart Teutons sprung a surprise last week on the rest of Europe. They were promptly accused of trying to break the Treaty of Versailles, the Treaty of St. Germain and that other "sacred bond," the Geneva Convention of 1922. "Ach, not so! No such thing!" protested both protagonists in the surprise: Dr. Julius Curtius, German Foreign Minister, and Dr. Johann Schober, Austrian Foreign Minister.

Absolutely all they had done, the two Teutons said, was to agree upon the terms of an "economic experiment." For...

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