INTERNATIONAL: Business of Peace

Potent, the League of Nations Radio Station was talking directly with Shanghai last week when suddenly a Japanese bombing plane dropped something that silenced the Shanghai station. Next day a quavering old man who is the Foreign Minister of Belgium, Monsieur Paul Hymans. called to order in Geneva an extraordinary session not of the League Council (14 nations) but of the League Assembly (55 nations)—an extraordinary session called especially to deal with the military troubles between Japan and China.

Cablegrams were pouring in from Shanghai, though the Chinese radio remained silent. Reading...

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