FRANCE: The German Army . . .

In Le Temps, semi-official Paris journal, one Reboul, a Lieutenant Colonel, wrote indignantly concerning various alleged activities of the German Army:

" The Treaty of Versailles forbids the German Army the use of the aerial machine and the noxious gas. What difference does it make?

"To the accusations made against them on that account, the Germans make this remarkable reply: 'All modern armies possess them; hence the necessity for our troops to be acquainted with them, even if they have not the right to use them.' It is under...

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