Foreign News: Academic Victory

Before the War, Germany was a Confederation of States under the hereditary presidency of the King of Prussia as German Emperor. Since the enactment of the Constitution of Weimar in 1919, Germany is a Federated Republic, much the same as the United States. Prussia, however, retains her old supremacy and the proceedings of the Diet which rules that State, apart from affecting the greater portion of German territory, have an enormous influence in the 17 other States (Bavaria, Wurttemberg, Saxony, etc.).

Recently, the German People's Party (semi-Monarchists) withdrew its two members-Herr Richter, Minister...

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