Foreign News: Quarrel

When Hugo Stinnes, the John Davison Rockefeller of Germany, died, last year (TIME, Apr. 21, 1924), his vast interests were left to his Witwe (widow), Frau Klaire Wagenknecht Stinnes, and direction of the estate was divided between Dr. Edmund Hugo Stinnes, the eldest of Herr Stinnes' five children, and "Junior" (Hugo Hermann) Stinnes, the second son.

The will enjoined the two brothers not to quarrel, appointed their mother sole arbiter of their disputes.

About the time of Stinnes' death, Dr. Edmund H. Stinnes was described as "a youth of engaging personality and winning urbanity,"...

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