Foreign News: War Game

On a little knoll near Leuthen, Saxony, stood Defense Minister Gessler of the Reich, last week, with General Mueller, commander of the Saxon Reichswehr, and some seventy of the highest officers of the German Army. Before them a body of infantry "advanced" toward the town in "war games." Lest the maneuvers should lack reality a battery of heavy machine guns, planted out of sight behind the officers, prepared to lay down a "protective barrage" before the infantry as it advanced.

Came the moment of firing. General Mueller raised his field-glass to observe the effect...

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