No shady "deal" signed in Paris but a sturdy British White Paper announced to the world last week the terms on which Britain, France, Italy and Belgium are willing to settle with Germany the issue of Adolf Hitler's treaty-breaking remilitarization of the Rhineland:

I. During the period of negotiation British and Italian troops occupy a zone in Germany 12½ miles wide bordering the French Frontier.

II. No further German forces enter the Rhineland and no fortifications are erected there.

III. The German charge that the Franco-Soviet mutual assistance treaty violates the Locarno Pact is adjudicated by the Permanent Court...

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