Imaginary Interviews: Nov. 26, 1923

Hugo Stinnes: "In Zurich I commenced publication of a new weekly, the Zuricher Landzeitung—16 pages and a guaranteed circulation of 50,000. The paper is given away now, but is expected later to go on a commercial basis. An editorial announcement said that the publication is written by Swiss. But cable despatches in the American press stated that ' there are known to be many Germans on the staff.' "

Hugo Stinnes, Jr.: " At Lexington, Ky., I attended a horse race (Zev vs. In Memoriam). My host was Harry F. Sinclair, Chairman of the Board...

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