EQUALITY OF STATUS DEMANDED BY HUNGARY
From a Central European Correspondent
Hungary has not hesitated to exploit those pa:;sages of Sir Samuel i-loare's speech at the League assembly which could be interpreted in her favour. Her propaganda for the revision of the Treaty of Trianon, whereby After the war her kingdom was reduced almost to half its former size and the proceeds parcelled out between Czechoslovakia, Rumania and Yugoslavia, has now suddenly been intensified.
The speech of the Hungarian delegate to the League assembly, General Tanczos, has been published in Hungary in its entirety and the Budapest i:oreign Office is reproducing the speech for propagandist purposes. Three main points stand out and are of importance for the development of the coming negotiations for a Danube pact.