AFGHANISTAN: Sad Amanullah

Weeping bitter salt tears last week by the bitter salt waters of Port Said was plump Amanullah, exiled King of Afghanistan. He stood by the rail of the P. & O. liner Mooltan and moaned to a battery of sympathetic reporters:

"Kingship no longer has any charms for me. I wish I could be allowed to settle down as a mere farmer in the country I love.

"I am sure that the present régime in my country is doomed to failure sooner or later. In fact I am thinking of returning within a year after...

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