29 MARCH 1930, Page 3

The Greek Centenary On Tuesday Greece celebrated her hundred years

of freedom. It is pleasant to remember the part played by Great Britain in assisting her to gain and to maintain that freedom. The establishment of the League of Nations in 1919, as the Manchester Guardian has said, " crowned the century of national emancipation.' The problem of minorities is, however, still a serious one. Our part in the Greek rejoicings should remind us that Great Britain has still much to do in preventing the machinery of the League from rusting unused. * * * *