Count Berchtold, Austro-Hungarian Foreign Minister at the outbreak of the War, is a citizen of No-Man's-Land.

According to a despatch from Prague, capital of Czecho-Slovakia, he is trying to get the matter of his nationality settled. The circumstances are: Twelve years ago he, an Austrian, became a nationalized Hungarian for political reasons. His property was in north Hungary, part of which is now Czecho-Slovakian country. He concluded that he was a Slovak, but the Government recognized him as a Hungarian and refused to grant him citizenship in the Republic. But because he...

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