BELGIUM: Roey v. Rex

Events in Brussels last week fateful to the future of European Democracy could handily be visualized in London terms. It was just as if No. 1 British Fascist Sir Oswald Mosley should put himself up as a candidate at a by-election and be taken so seriously that Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin should step down to fight him man to man as the opposing candidate. Further, it was as if King George VI should spunkily issue denials of rumors that he was pro-Fascist; and as if the Archbishop of Canterbury should come crashing...

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