Britons ought to set sail for Germany without passports or visas of
any sort. Germans should make the reverse voyage unhampered by official
red tape. These statements seemed so self-evident to British and German
statesmen, during the past week, that an agreement was reached whereby
citizens of either country may visit the other when equipped merely
with proof of their nationality.
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