GERMANY: Paradox

So preponderantly and increasingly Socialist and Pacifist are the Germans of today that, last week, Socialist Prime Minister Herman Müller announced, for the first time, suspension of the annual army maneuvers scheduled to take place next fall. Simultaneously a letter sped from Wilhelm II to the Kaiser Wilhelm Association at Berlin, stating that the onetime All Highest War Lord still envisions "a day when the problem may arise of liberating the German Fatherland by reestablishing it under its Kaiser and hereditary Prince."


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