Foreign News: No Hardship

The French Bureau of Information, Manhattan, says that the expulsion of Germans from the occupied areas " never was accompanied by brutalities of any sort."

The French statement to this effect is reported confirmed at a meeting of German railway men at Wiesbaden (April 18) "where several of them denied that they had been mishandled by Frenchmen. They bitterly complained, however, about the attitude of the German authorities, in non-occupied Germany, toward the railwaymen expelled by the French."

Explaining the procedure of expulsion the bulletin continues: " In the occupied regions, when a man...

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