Foreign News: FIDAC & CIAMAC

For 14 months at Geneva there has been heard a dull and droning sound: the voices of delegates to the League's impotent Disarmament Conference endlessly talking about ratios, quotas, munitions, mustard gas, manifestoes. There was a new noise in Geneva last week: the clatter of crutches, the thumping of canes, the creaking of wheel chairs as 8,000 veterans, representatives of 8,000,000 more in a dozen countries, stumbled in ungainly parade through the streets to let the Disarmament Conference know that they were tired of talk. The veterans were representatives of two international associations...

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