POLAND: Poznaris Wilson

Thomas Woodrow Wilson, twelve feet high, stood in the centre of Poznan's municipal park last week pointing to a granite map of Poland with an enormous outstretched arm which promises to be a great convenience to Polish pigeons. Mrs. Wilson, Poland's President Ignacy Moscicki, U. S. Ambassador John North Willys, Auguste Cardinal Hlond, Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Mannes Baruch and Daughter Belle piled wreaths about Statue Wilson's ankles. Out by the gate was a smaller bust of Democrat Wilson's faithful lieutenant Herbert Clark Hoover. President Hoover, now unalterably Republican, sent a...

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