INTERNATIONAL: Satellites and Planets

Jagged cakes of ice jostled each other in the Danube last week as lights flashed in the Royal Palace overlooking Budapest where statesmen sat down to nibble caviar and quaff champagne. The party was a meeting of the Rome Protocol States, organized over three years ago when Benito Mussolini succeeded in more definitely attaching Austria and Hungary to Italy as satellites. What was afoot was a whole series of moves by Fascists and Fascist sympathizers: 1) against Leftist Spain; 2) against the League of Nations; 3) against Communism; and 4) against France....

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