And These Are They Who Sought Peace

The War Illustrated, Volume 1, No. 1, Page 27, September 16, 1939.

Neville Chamberlain, Britain's Prime Minister, comes first among those who made a noble stand for peace.

Queen Wilhelmina of Holland joined in the appeal of King Albert and the Oslo Powers to Hitler.

King Leopold of the Belgians broadcast a memorable appeal for sanity and reason to the whole world.

Signor Mussolini, speaking for Italy, made great efforts for appeasement until the last moment.

Pope Pius XII exerted all his great spiritual authority in appeals for “justice and charity.”

In 1939 as in in 1938, President Roosevelt voiced the feelings of America in his appeals to Germany.