CZECHOSLOVAKIA: Magnanimous Masaryk

Sometimes a President may prudently say what he dare not write and publish. Last week tall, patriarchal President Thomas Garrigue Masaryk, potent Father of His Country (founded Oct. 18, 1918 when Czechoslovakia was recognized by the Allies), spoke privily and at length to a Hungarian of utmost probity, Dr. Franz Rajniss, chief of the Social Institute at Budapest. Returning home in high excitement Dr. Rajniss declared that President Masaryk had outlined to him a series of remarkable proposals for settling the acute Hungarian minorities question which arose when Czechoslovakia received after the...

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