Foreign News: Dew of Death

A smart Swiss is smiling Max Huber, an international lawyer, a judge and one-time president of the World Court and, since 1928, president of the International Red Cross. In the last capacity he hustled from Geneva to Rome last week to visit Benito Mussolini, take up a few complaints.

Seldom has genial M. Huber received a chillier welcome. Italian troops seemed definitely to have the Ethiopians on the run (see above). The Italian Press had pulled out every stop to make the most of the victory. This was no time to listen to complaints...

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