Foreign News: Revenge

Commandant de St. Quentin, ex-director of aeroplane manufacture and commander of the air force units attached to the Second French Army, has written a book entitled The War of 1924.

In this book, written in the form of a novel, Commandant de St. Quen- tin predicts a proclamation of war by Germany on France and Belgium. Two thousand aeroplanes, each carrying two tons of bombs, a crew of four men and having a maximum cruising range of eight hours, will make the first attack. The aeroplanes, he says, are in Russia. He also predicts that...

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