Foreign News Notes, Jun. 22, 1925

President Paul von Hindenburg received representatives of the Interdenominational Church Alliance (German Evangelicals, Catholics, Jews) who called to congratulate him upon his election to the Presidency. To them the President declared that, without a spirit of religious tolerance, the future of Germany could not be advanced. He promised to work for such tolerance.

According to Die Kreus Zeitung (most reactionary newspaper in Germany), the ex-Kaiser has founded an association of scientists to investigate the relationship between Greek and Oriental cultures.

Official circles in Berlin intimated that Germany will not reply to the arms note sent by the Allies (TIME, June 15) until after...

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