FRANCE: New Cabinet:

New Cabinet

"Two Ministers have served under me with whom I could do nothing; one is Briand, the other Caillaux. One thinks he is Christ, and the other thinks himself Napoleon." Thus wrote not long ago the "Tiger of France," M. Georges Clemenceau.

M. Caillaux, most irrepressible of political Napoleons, joined with that hardy perennial statesman, M. Briand, last week, in the formation of one of the most curious Cabinets yet vouchsafed to France. Briand, as Premier and Foreign Minister, assumed the nominal generalship and resumed his long standing control of the Foreign Office....

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