THE LEAGUE: Dame, Urchin & Jam

Since the Stresa Conference decided that Germany has been naughty but is not to be spanked (see p. 19), new French Premier Flandin was in a quandary when the League Council met this week. France could scarcely get back to birch-talk after Stresa, but she could and did lay on the Council table a stinging memorandum back-dated "Paris, April 9." She had hoped Britain would be willing, as Italy was, to send this stinger to the League with the full weight of Stresa's Big Three. Instead, France, with only the moral support of...

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