Foreign News: Lusitania Claims

Robert W. Bonynge, a Manhattan lawyer representing the U. S. State Department, filed a claim before the Mixed Claims Commission in Washington on the behalf of twelve insurance companies for full payment of all losses of life and property sustained by American citizens in the sinking of the Lusitania on May 7, 1915.

One of the exhibits filed before the Commission contains evidence which fully and directly establishes the "responsibility of the German Government itself for the deliberate destruction of the great liner." As this exhibit belongs to the secret archives of the U....

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