Foreign News: French Policy

To enforce obedience to their rule, the French have instituted a system of reprisals for acts of sabotage. These retaliatory methods are taking the form of fresh occupations, and, in cases where no individual or individuals can be traced, heavy fines are being inflicted upon town and village populations. At the rate the French occupations have been progressing, their policy might be termed one of insinuation—without the least intention of occupying the whole of Germany.


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