GERMANY: Stresemann Demure

Foreign Minister Stresemann, often called "the German Lloyd George," reveled last week in a practical joke (played by newspapers) which would have delighted the Welshman.

Newspapers friendly to Herr Stresemann stated that he was about to leave for a vacation in Italy, there to hobnob with II Benito, the sworn foe of pan-Germanism (TIME, Feb. 15, ITALY).

As the German Monarchist press burst into one unanimous roar of anguish, Herr Stresemann demurely stated: "I am leaving with my wife and sons for two weeks of quiet in Switzerland, which will include a visit...

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