THE LEAGUE: 59th & 60th

Seventeen days after it had assembled the 15th Assembly of the League of Nations adjourned last week. The great European expresses slid out of the station, their corridors jammed with voluble diplomats, and Geneva was left once more to the Swiss and the busy clerks and small committees of the League's permanent staff.

The problem of Austria, biggest and most vital in all Europe, was deftly sidetracked. Italy had a plan which on inspection would have given her practically the same control over Austria that she now has over Albania. Vociferously France's Louis...

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