Foreign News: Hatchet Buried?

The Foreign Ministers of those two implacable enemies, France and Germany, signed last week in Paris a vaguely worded, three-article declaration in which the two countries: 1) pledged "pacific and good-neighborly relations"; 2) recognized the "frontier of their two countries as it is at present established"; 3) promised to consult together in case of international tension. The new pact was widely accepted as meaning: 1) that Germany in black & white renounced all claims to Alsace-Lorraine (which Adolf Hitler has verbally already done); 2) that France agreed not to interfere with Germany's political,...

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