Foreign News: The Ruhr: Jul. 6, 1925

More than two years have rolled by since the French stirred the world to uneasiness by marching into the rich Ruhr territory to collect by armed force the reparations which Germany failed voluntarily to pay.

Hated more virulently by her enemies, shunned by many of her friends, France found that the price of collecting her due was almost prohibitive. Some 15 months later, she was morally a heavy loser if materially a slight gainer when a body of international experts under the now U. S. Vice President Charles G. Dawes marched to Berlin for an...

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