Around the shores of blue Lake Léman, dividing France and Switzerland, lie historic international conference cities, Geneva, Lausanne, Montreux, Nyon. Last week, the gay French resort of Evian-les-Bains was added to the list as delegates from 32 nations, including three world powers (U. S., France, Britain), four British Dominions (Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Eire), most of the Latin American nations and several smaller European powers, there set up headquarters in the luxurious Hotel Royal. They came in answer to President Roosevelt's invitation, issued soon after Germany annexed Austria, to see what...

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