SPAIN: Disease Area

The most important piece of international collaboration since the League of Nations commissioned a joint British-Italian-Dutch-Swedish Army to supervise the Saar Plebiscite (TIME, Jan. 21, 1935 et ante) was the decision in London of 27 nations at the International Committee for Non-intervention to keep out of Spain further volunteers and ammunition (TIME, March 1). Last week the committee agreed how best to do this. The coast of Spain was divided into sectors, and part of the international fleet was assigned to each. To Russia was assigned patrol of the northwest sector of the Bay of Biscay, though it was...

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