To Premier Herriot of France, who attacked Germany as a menace (see FRANCE), Chancellor Luther replied in a speech to foreign journalists at the Wilhelmstrasse (German Foreign Office) :

"I find it difficult to reconcile the

Herriot of that speech with the Herriot I knew in London." He went on to deny the allegations of the French Premier, to say that the drilling of a few thousand students was unimportant because they had no arms, that the amount of war material found was insignificant compared to the amount destroyed ; moreover there were...

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