THE RUHR: Second British Note

The British Government published its correspondence with the Allied Governments on the subjects of the Ruhr Occupation and Reparation Payments. The object of this publicity of hitherto secret documents is twofold: first, to bring the British point of view before the entire world; second to arouse world opinion against France.

Premier Poincare of France, however, seems determined to stay in the Ruhr until such time as Germany starts to make reparation payments. Even then France will only withdraw progressively as payments are received. In two speeches Premier Poincare laid stress on the...

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