When Poland collapsed in late September, fleeing Polish forces took over the Rumanian border some 48 airplanes, 800 military trucks. This sizable lot of equipment was promptly confiscated by the Rumanian Government. By last week four nations were quarreling over the spoils, as duns were submitted to the perplexed Rumanians by:

> Germany, which claimed title by right of conquest.

> Soviet Russia, which demanded half of them because the Red Army had taken half of Poland.

> Great Britain and France, which held that the planes and trucks rightfully belonged to them because...

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