GERMANY: Cuno Broadcasted

Chancellor Cuno made a speech in the Reichstag. He said unkind things about the French. The Wilhelmstrasse had the speech translated into the principal foreign languages. German merchants abroad offered to distribute copies of the speech. Cases of Cuno speeches left Berlin bound for the outer world. They arrived at the frontier. The German customs officials sent them back to Berlin, because no export license had been issued. This is very necessary. Cuno had the law passed.


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