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VATICAN PAPER Doubtful on French Cabinet Change

The new French Cabinet is commented on with some cautious criticism by the Vatican paper, Ossereatore Romano, which declares that the change " has brought no really important innovations. The Cabinet of Daladier-Reynaud has merely given place to the Cabinet of Reynaud-Daiadier."

M. Paul Reynaud is described by the Vatican paper as " an energetic man, an experienced financier, and an extreme partisan for close collaboration with Britain."

The purpose of the change, the more vigorous prosecution of the war, will in effect not receive much impetus, is the general opinion of the Osservatore's comments.




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