The placid and usually reclining cows of Holland seem like living symbols of Peace. They gave of their milk, last week, to refresh and quench the thirst of some 500 non-tippling adolescents, who assembled at Eerde, in the Netherlands, for the first World Youth Peace Congress.

Delegates representing the Communist Youth Internationale, the Y. M. C. A., the Socialist Youth Internationale and the Jewish World Youth Organization hobnobbed, spoke pieces, debated, passed pacifist resolutions, and drank an informal milk toast to Peace.

The International Boy Scout Bureau cautiously sent not a delegate but an observer.


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