The Conference of Ambassadors* forwarded a strong note to the German Government giving it 30 days in which to submit to Allied military control.

The note, which was approved by Belgian, British, French and Italian Premiers, was a virtual ultimatum, stating bluntly that the Allies did not believe that Germany had carried out the disarmament clauses of the Versailles Treaty and demanding a general inspection "for three or four months" to establish the true state of Germany's "preparedness." Control by the League of Nations was refused....

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