INTERNATIONAL: Dictators' Five Points

Dictators' Five Points

Two years ago Adolf Hitler flew to Venice to clasp hands with Benito Mussolini. After a vegetarian lunch and a heart-to-heart the two Dictators found no matter of importance on which they could then cooperate. Meanwhile, Il Duce had conceived the project of making Italy, Britain, Germany and France the dominating hierarchy of Europe. These nations actually signed his Four-Power Pact only to quarrel over the Ethiopian war and Der Führer's tearing up of the Treaty of Versailles. Last week began a great new effort by Italy and...

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