Foreign News: Annoyed

Into the office of the Russian Trade Delegation at Berlin marched the Berlin police, searched the premises for a Communist against whom a warrant had been issued, turned the place upside down.

Russians ranted; Soviet Ambassador Krestinsky called upon Foreign Minister Stresemann, protested energetically against "an unparalleled violation of extraterritorial rights."

In Moscow, M. Rykov, President of the Council of Commissars, said: "There are only two possible explanations of the incident—either the Prussian State Police acted clumsily, without authority of the German Government, or the latter has deliberately shown the utmost unwisdom in...

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