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Foreign News: The Prophet

"I do not know when it will break out; possibly in a year, perhaps in two or three. . . . The first to suffer the blow will b: Poland. . . . France will pay...

CZECHOSLOVAKIA: Revolution by Law?

(See Cover) For better or worse, Czechoslovakia last week was deep in the throes of revolution. It was not an upheaval in the old style of blood and...

POLICIES & PRINCIPLES: Leave-Taking

Rather than serve the new masters of Czechoslovakia, Jan Masaryk had gone to his death. This week, in his own way, ailing, 64-year-old Eduard Benes made his...

COMMUNISTS: Police Day

When it was all over (except for some tears and a little killing), the victors celebrated. Last Saturday was proclaimed "Police Day" in Prague, to honor the...

CZECHO-SLOVAKIA: Live and Help Live

CZECHOSLOVAKIA In less than three weeks Eduard Benes, President of Czecho-Slovakia's Government in Exile, made nine formal speeches and one short-wave...

CZECHOSLOVAKIA: Optimist

(See front cover) Eduard, save up your pence, For Adolf soon will be over the fence. So runs the insolent jingle which Nazi sympathizers among...

COMMUNISTS: And Now, the Czechs

Czechoslovakia had been spared longer than most of her neighbors. This week it seemed to be the Czechs' turn. Communist Premier Klement Gottwald was getting...

INTERNATIONAL: Benes & Briand

The French and the Czechoslovak Parliaments, both hotly hostile to Teutons, put their respective foreign ministers on the carpet last week, demanded prompt...

INTERNATIONAL: There Benes, Here !!

"God is not only with the stronger battalions. He is also with those of better nerves. We have had better nerves and will keep them! . . ." So last week...

Foreign News: 2,000,000 Sons of Death

To the world this week, Czechoslovakia was a heroic nation. Its President Eduard Benes not only proved himself heroic, but was hailed with even more reason...

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