Foreign News: Stresemann at Work

Foreign Minister Stresemann has been called "The German Lloyd George." Both men are admired by their friends for possessing an "adroitness" which their enemies describe by another term. Last week Herr Stresemann made certain "highly confidential statements" to a group of newspapermen at Dresden. Later he denied the versions which "leaked out" in newspapers favorable to him, and was generally considered to have been fortunate in being misquoted.

Alleged Statements which Herr Stresemann denied:

1) "Mr. Austen Chamberlain, the British Foreign Minister, assured me at Locarno that England's entire naval and land forces...

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