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Described and appreciated from a Paris studio
By E. M. Stephan and Moray McLaren
After four years of war and nineteen years of unrest, men of all professions, of all nations, and of all countries, have built in the very heart of Paris a mighty edifice closely resembling a Palace of Peace. All crafts have their places in it ; all nations will be assembled there. Marvels unfold along the banks of the Seine in a witchery of light and colour.
Moray McLaren , who recently visited the capitals of Europe to arrange and broadcast in the series ' European Exchange ', has gone over to Paris to see round the exhibition and has taken with him a Frenchman whose name is known to every British listener. After more than thirty years spent in London,
Emile Marie Stephan has returned for the time being to his native land to broadcast from Paris about the sights that he and McLaren have seen together.


Unknown: E. M. Stephan
Unknown: Moray McLaren
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