RUMANIA: An Old Score

An old dispute between Rumania and Germany recently broke out anew.

In 1917, the Germans entered Rumania, occupied the whole country. General Ludendorff called this a most important step. Germany had no intention of annexing Rumania; she had likewise no intention of occupying the country for love. Her object was food; but that was for the starving German people. Then there were still the German soldiers to be paid and there was a Reichsbank at Berlin groaning under a terrible burden of debt. It was decided that the...

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