BELGIUM: Every Man His Duty

Foremost European exponent of the need for economic cooperation between nations in order to avoid another World War is young, vigorous Leopold III, Statesman-King of the Belgians. Possessed of the conviction that he (since fate has made him a King) and Belgium (since she stands strategically between the European lineups) have the responsibility of bringing about a permanent peace based on economic readjustments before it is too late, Leopold loses no opportunity to put his ideas across.

Year ago, after Britain and France had commissioned the then Premier of Belgium, scholarly Paul...

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