Foreign News: Crisis & The League

After 18 years of bustling importantly in Geneva, typical League of Nations officials look on almost anything from the point of view of how it might be turned to the advantage of the League. In Geneva, members of the British delegation and others rumored that at Godesberg last week (see p. 16), Mr. Chamberlain was urging that any European settlement reached with Herr Hitler be "crowned" by having Germany resume membership in a League of Nations now somewhat "revised." Such revision the Scandinavian states launched by announcing that they no longer regarded League...

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