London To Paris To Rome
The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 4 Apr 1939, p. 348-360

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London To Paris To Rome

The speaker's return from a trip to Rome, Paris and London. A report on what he saw and heard. Dealing with the question "How near is war?" The speaker's feeling that there will be no war, and why he feels that way. In Italy, no hint or word that the people are fuming under the oppression of Mussolini. Italy filled with police. Some comments on the Italian people. Reports of the speaker's conversations with the Italian people. Some highlights of the scene in St. Peter's with the Pope. The speaker's meeting with the Duke of Windsor in Paris. London the same as ever.