Britain's indefatigable one-man Peace Crusade, venerable George Lansbury, M.P., who resigned as Leader of the British Labor Party largely because it was not pacifist enough for him, left London this week on another whirlwind European tour, this time of 17 days. Two years ago he talked with President Roosevelt, last year with Dictators Mussolini and Hitler; this time Mr. Lansbury has been promised audiences by Hungarian Regent Admiral Horthy, Bulgarian Tsar Boris, Rumanian King Carol, Yugoslav Regent Prince Paul.

He cracked last week: "If you could get together all those people who think they are Supermen and who really are...

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