Foreign News: International Candor

At the suggestion of Premier Poincaré of France, an exchange of letters between him and Prime Minister Macdonald of England was published.

This is the second time this year that Anglo-French correspondence has been published (TIME, Feb. 11). On the present occasion the letters were more specific and not less frank. Premier Macdonald stated that France's maintenance of large military and aerial forces is not understood in Britain; he also made a plea for Anglo-French co-öperation to prepare Europe so that the U. S. can be induced to help in general reconstruction on...

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