THE RUHR: Surrender?

Premiers Baldwin of Britain and Poincaré of France met in conclave at Paris. It was reported that they had not decided upon any definite solution of the Ruhr problem but that they "had agreed upon a common policy." As a result the Entente Cordiale is said to be closer than it has been for months. The Allies wait for the official end of passive resistance, which Chancellor Stresemann was reported to have "announced." following a five-hour conference with 300 representative spokesmen from the Ruhr and Rhineland at which it was "unanimously agreed that...

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