British Commonwealth of Nations: Parliament's Week: Dec. 14, 1925

¶With Chancellor Luther and Foreign Minister Stresemann in the Distinguished Visitors' Gallery of the House of Commons, noted Scotch Laborite Arthur Henderson* created a sensation by demanding to be told once and for all whether the dead bodies of German soldiers were ever "boiled down" by their comrades in "corpse factories" during the War, or whether the story (TIME, Nov. 2) was faked British propaganda, as was recently hinted in Manhattan by General Charteris (head of the British Army Intelligence Service during the War).

Amid an awkward pause, Dr. Luther and Herr Stresemann...

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