With each Saar vote costing officially $3, and unofficially no man knows what,* the world's highest-priced plebiscite was held this week with these results:
477,119 ballots for return of the Saar to Germany.
46,513 for retention of League of Nations rule over the Saar.
2,214 for annexation of the Saar by France.
With these returns in, just where was the Saar? The Treaty of Versailles, under which the plebiscite was held, does not provide that the returns shall have mandatory force. The votes so expensively obtained have the status of information presented to the Council of...