Foreign News: Security?

While at Geneva for the 34th meeting of the Council of the League of Nations (see Page 8)., it was but natural that Foreign Ministers Austen Chamberlain of Britain and Aristide Briand of France should discuss the all-important question of European security, which means a stable peace in Western Europe. Background to the statesmen's discussions:

Germany, last February, offered to enter into an equal engagement with Britain, France and Belgium to guarantee the Rhine frontier against aggression. This meant two things: 1) That Germany was prepared voluntarily to do what the Allies had been...

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