Foreign News: Victor of Tannenberg

To Germans it is a bitter, galling fact that Posen, the birthplace of President Paul von Hindenburg, is no longer German but lies in the wedge of Polish territory which was driven through Prussia to the Baltic by the Treaty of Versailles. With his own province thus a knife in the back of his fatherland, Old Paul von Hindenburg has begun to display marked sympathy, of late, for East Prussia— that part of Germany which is divided from the rest by the Polish knife. Last week the Herr President showed the tempo of his...

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