GREECE: Aim: Discipline

It would hardly do for Greece to have another revolution just as her waters gave hospitality to yachting British King Edward VIII. Yet in Athens last week Greek King George II was conscious of revolution brewing. Soviet newsorgans were boasting openly that Moscow had just sent some $2,400,000 to aid the Reds of Spain, and the Reds of Greece had also begun to flourish. One night last week His Majesty was kept up late by the Greek Cabinet. The Premier, General John ("Little Moltke") Metaxas, has been frankly pro-German ever since he rated...

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