Several quiet games for the highest stakes possible on Europe's political board gripped and absorbed her statesmen last week. Most of them figured that Adolf Hitler's next move, since he has now won every victory he can at home, must be outside Germany's boundaries. Where? Meanwhile, the strategy of Benito Mussolini, now that he has won Ethiopia, is to smash the League of Nations' Sanctions and obtain recognition of his conquest by the Great Powers. How? In searching for the answers to these tremendous questions many a European statesman packed his bag,...

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