GERMANY: Imperial Vaporings

Wilhelm II, onetime German Emperor, received in his chateau at Doom, Holland, a correspondent of the Dagens Nyheder, Copenhagen newspaper. The onetime Kaiser, now a grey-bearded old man, has seemingly lost none of his arrogance, none of his pomposity, none of his commanding dogmatism; for, complaining, he said to the Danish newspaperman: "I could show the road to peace, but the world prefers regarding me as a scapegoat to consulting me as an adviser."

Bent, his withered left arm hanging loosely by his side, the fallen All Highest went on: "While ministers with...

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