The French do not feel vindictive about a recent proposal forbidding the
teaching of French in German public schools. Instead they are
increasing the study of German in all public instruction. One professor
of the Sorbonne hails the proposal as "a splendid idea. When the
Germans are no longer able to speak French," he continued, " they will
find it more difficult to invade France."
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