Foreign News: Will & Way

When the Soviet Union's Foreign Commissar, roly-poly Maxim Maximovich Litvinoff was reminded by correspondents last spring that Czechoslovakia and the Soviet Union have no common frontier and was asked how his country could possibly go to Czechoslovakia's aid in case of war, the Commissar exclaimed: "Where there's a will there's a way!"

Commissar Litvinoff knew without asking that anti-Communist Poland would fight before allowing Soviet troops to pass over its territory to Czechoslovakia. Since German absorption of Austria, however, Dictator King Carol of Rumania has become friendlier to the Soviet Union, less friendly to Germany. Last week, in Geneva, while the League...

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