Cheering Britons, pack-jammed as far as the eye could see, greeted Emperor Haile Selassie when he arrived in London praising the King and saying he was sure he would get justice (TIME, June 15). Last week special London police squads were assigned to handle expected crowds at His Majesty's departure. During the month, however, British public opinion had changed so completely that scarcely 50 people were on hand to wave good-by to the Emperor's first-class Pullman. He took second-class on reaching the Continent and as his Geneva-bound train halted at Paris the...

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