Foreign News: Foch Philosophy

Perhaps no old man is so young as Marshal Ferdinand Foch. At 75, and after shouldering burdens at least as great as those which have fallen upon any other mortal, he remains unscathed of soul, brisk in thought and manner. Americans remember him as the Generalissimo who drove through their cities, after the War, clad in a handsome blue uniform and with a slow, understanding smile. Frenchmen know him as the still active President of the Inter-Allied Military Commission to enforce the Treaty of Versailles. Of an evening he is to be found...

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