Expeditionary Force

The French Cabinet sent forth Joseph Caillaux to battle single-handed over the French Debt settlement with Great Britain, but as it prepared him to go forth to the U. S. it fortified him with an expeditionary force. The reason for the difference was simple. When M. Caillaux went to London he had no expectation of making a final settlement. He knew that the British Government would not dare arrive at definite terms until Washington had made terms, for fear that Washington would get better terms. But M. Caillaux very much...

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