Foreign Affairs: Foreign Affairs Notes, Apr. 13, 1925

According to Berlin despatches, ex-Crown Prince Friedrich Wilhelm has completed a book, shortly to be published, entitled I Seek the Truth. It is allegedly an attempt to disprove the charge that Germany was responsible for the War.

Owing to the overcrowding of a pontoon, 84 Reichswehr soldiers lost their lives in the swift River Weser during Army maneuvers. The Reichstag held a "mourning session," flags were at half mast all over Germany.

Last week was "Colonial Week"−a reminder that 60,000,000 Germans living in an overpopulated country still have colonial aspirations. At a...

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