Foreign News: Anniversary of Guilt

Last week passed the tenth anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Versailles. In those countries that won, little if any attention was paid to the day. In Germany there was mourning and rioting.

From President Paul Von Hindenburg and his cabinet came an official manifesto:

"Ten years have passed since the German peace emissaries at Versailles were forced to sign a document which was a bitter disappointment to all friends of justice and true peace. . . . Germany signed it without admitting that she was the sole...

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