Foreign News: A Send-Off

One Wilhelm Dreyer, a German, dynamited a train in the Ruhr. He was sentenced to death by a French court-martial. The sentence was commuted to life imprisonment and he died at the French prison of St. Martin.

The French authorities returned the body to Germany, where the funeral of the saboteur was made an occasion for a wild nationalist outbreak. The coffin was transhipped in solemn state across Berlin. It was stored in the room at the Anhalter railway station reserved for visitors of royal rank. After speeches by members of the Cabinet, Nationalist...

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