Foreign News Notes, Jan. 7, 1924

Herr Ernst Lissauer, author of the German war-song Hate, now advises the nation to return to its poets, philosophers, scientists: "Now we have lost our might and our material possessions. There is nothing left but that other Germany, immortal and indestructible with Goethe, Bach and all the big and little prophets which came before and after them." At Hamburg, home of a certain type of sausage, a sausage manufacturer said: "My plant has been besieged day and night by men, women and children seeking work, and I may have to erect a barricade...

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