Off the train at Bled, Yugoslavia, last week hopped Premier George Kiosseivanoff, of Bulgaria. This Balkan statesman had just visited Berlin, where he had passed through flag-lined streets, been put up at sumptuous Bellevue Castle and been feasted by Fuhrer Hitler at the Chancellery. At Bled, a Yugoslav summer resort, M. Kiosseivanoff had a reception less toney, but just as friendly. High point of his stop-over was a visit to Castle Brno, where he chatted long and amiably with the polished, cultured Prince Paul, First Regent of Yugoslavia.

Prince Paul only a few weeks previously had undergone even more...

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