SWITZERLAND: Schulthess v. Clouds

That Dictators Hitler and Mussolini might conceivably join forces to march through Switzerland in a future war against France was the excited notion of several Swiss newsorgans last week. Brisk old President Edmund Schulthess hastened to reassure his countrymen last week at leafy, lion-famed Lucerne. "The faith that other nations had in our military equipment in 1914 saved us from becoming involved in the World War," said he. "Today dark clouds are again arising. We shall keep our army prepared for the field."


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