Mr. Andrej Brody, the first Premier of Ruthenia since it was granted autonomy within the Czechoslovak Republic, was jailed last week for treason. He was charged with taking money from Hungarian agents to advocate the holding in Ruthenia of a plebiscite to decide whether it should go to Hungary.

Meanwhile, Czechoslovak-Hungarian negotiations over the question of secession by Prague of Slovakian but not Ruthenian territory to Budapest concluded last week with an agreement to let the matter be arbitrated jointly by Germany and Italy. The German Foreign Minister, onetime Wine & Spirits...

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