FRANCE: Adviser Henry

Diplomatically the strongest foreign office in Europe is that of France. Last week the Quai d'Orsay further strengthened itself by appointing famed Jules Henry to the post of chief adviser to new Foreign Minister Georges Bonnet. M. Henry during his 17 years as a member of the French Embassy in Washington became the best liked, most influential

Frenchman in the U. S. He was the guest at Newport of General and Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt, and on wisecracking terms with President Roosevelt and the press. He was called back to Paris to become Chief...

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