INTERNATIONAL: Momentous Transition


Momentous Transition

For seven long years some 200 Allied officers have been living well at Germany's expense, each with his own automobile and his German chauffeur. Endlessly they have patrolled up and down Germany, inspecting this garrison, that fort, this ship, that dye factory, to see that armament was not being amassed contrary to the Treaty of Versailles. While the so potent officers have been motoring up and down the land, their headquarters, the Inter-Allied Military Control Commission at Berlin, has hummed with the...

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