GERMANY: Notes, Jan. 18, 1926

Acting Foreign Minister Stresemann found his name coupled with endless denials last week:

"Herr Stresemann denied that he ever denounced the late President Wilson for the latter's failure to carry through his Fourteen Points!"

"Dr. [Norman H.] Davis, President of the Woodrow Wilson Foundation, denied that it ever offered Herr Stresemann a prize for his services to the cause of World Peace at Locarno."

"Herr Stresemann denied that he refused the prize because he would have had to come to Manhattan to receive it."

"Dr. Davis denied that the reason no prize was offered to...

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