THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS: Bad Faith!

Representatives of every nation of any consequence, including the U. S. and Soviet Russia, met in Geneva last fortnight to take up the work of the League of Nations Preparatory Disarmament Commission where it was left last year (TIME, April 2, 1928). Chairman was a Dutchman, gruff, able, patient Jonkheer J. Loudon. Presently the delegates were asked to express individually their approval or disapproval of the following general principles: 1) Appreciable reduction by all nations of their existing armaments; 2) Acceptance by each nation in proportion to its size of a proportional degree...

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