BRITISH EMPIRE: Lloyd Georqe vs. Poincar

Lloyd George vs. Poincaré

Premier Poincaré, of France, and ex-Premier Lloyd George, of Great Britain, exchanged a few ideas on each other in public speeches in their respective countries.

M. Poincaré said that Lloyd George professed to be aloof and indifferent to the efforts made by France to repair the devastated areas.

The fiery Welshman in a brisk speech at Bristol said that Poincaré was guilty of " wicked distortion " and that he was "unscrewing the cylinders of carefully distilled hatred, ill-will, suspicion and anger among the nations." The statement he had made did not concern the devastated regions.

" I did not...

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