THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS: New Figures

The stubborn, powerful intrusion of an extraneous issue into piddling proceedings of the Ninth Assembly of the League of Nations, last week, spurred flagging interest and set in the spotlight of world fame a new figure: Hermann Müller, the socialist, the dry, spectacled, sohoolteacherish Chancellor of the German Republic (TIME, June 25 et seq.).

Herr Müller came to Geneva last fortnight with the avowed purpose of forcing League statesmen out into the open with respect to Germany's long unheeded demands for speedy evacuation of the Rhineland by France and her Allies. Properly...

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