GERMANY: New Cabinet

President von Hindenburg was generally credited in despatches last week with having quelled the strife among German party leaders sufficiently to allow Acting Chancellor Luther to resume the chancellorship at the head of a tolerably workable minority Government.

Just what the Herr President did or said appeared none too clear. Pressmen, who profess to see "an ironhanded statesman" in the aged Feldmarschall, reported that he summoned the leaders of the Centre parties to him and "commanded" them to settle their internal differences "within four hours" and forthwith to support Dr. Luther....

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