Foreign News: Conditions for Peace

"Most Germans think of me as a kind of monomaniac, as a hairy personification of our poor Alsace-Lorraine, incapable of nourishing other designs than those of vengeance." Thus spoke Raymond Poincaré last week, and spoke the exact truth. Germans do hate and fear him more than any other Frenchman—for it was he who sent French and Belgian troops to occupy the Ruhr in 1924. Moreover he is the strongest statesman in Europe now opposing the famed "Locarno spirit," a conception which would admit Germany fully and freely to the comradeship of nations. His...

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