The Quaintest Notion

May 1919
New Republic;5/31/19, Vol. 19 Issue 239, p136
Focuses on the Allied note on the general effects of the treaty. Argument of the Allied and Associated Powers regarding transfers of territory with deprivation in Germany and her industry; Issuance of the first statement of economic principles; Removal of German imperialism.


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