FOREIGN RELATIONS: Mr. Welles Comes Home

FOREIGN RELATIONS Mr. Welles Comes Home

For a month of days and nights theU. S. public has followed the wanderings of Sumner Welles over the continent of Europe—conferring with Foreign Ministers, lunching with opposition leaders, denying reports that he had anything to say. By last week the U. S. public had read too many times that Mr. Welles, like some train that leaves the station at some odd minute nobody can remember, had entered Hitler's Chancellery at exactly 11:06 and departed at 12:01, had pulled into the presence of Il Duce at precisely 3:14 and departed at 4:28, had...

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