In London last week, the delegates of 27 States who recently met at Evian-les-Bains to discuss aiding European refugees set up their new permanent bureau. Earl Winterton, lofty Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, was elected chairman.* His first job was to hear complaints from Britain's own dominions. The Northern Rhodesian Legislative Council, spokesmaned by Sir Leopold Moore, angrily protested a rumor that 500 German Jewish families would be sent to settle in Rhodesia. "Why," exploded Sir Leopold, "can we not have instead 500 British colonists who are not...

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