GERMANY: Ars Politico,

Hardly had the war cloud in Southern Europe forced the Allies to turn their back on the Ruhr, than the Reds and Nationalists rose up and threatened the very structure of the German Republic.

The Reds, applauded by Moscow, were active in stirring the proletariat to precipitate a revolution. Die Rote Fahne (Red Flag), Communist journal, devoted an entire front page to a stirring appeal to start a bürgekrieg (civil war).

A stirring reunion of Monarchists occurred at Nuremburg, Bavaria, on the anniversary of Sedan Day. Moro than 200,000 veterans took part in a...

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