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ANGLO-AMERICAN POLICY.

FRENCH CRITICISM. (Received Apri! 1, 2.30 p.m.) PARIS, March 31. The "Big Four" have reached the gravest part of the deliberations on questions whereon compromise is impossible. There are (1) the German frontiers, (2) reparation, and (-3) policy towards Bolshevism. . French newspapers . are filled with every kind of appeal to Mr Lloyd George and 'President Wilson to face facts. .Mi Pertinaux, in "L'Echo de Paris," insists that Britain has gained everything from the war. He declares that German trade is ruined, her colonial empire and fleet seized, the approaches to India and Egypt conquered, and now Britain wishes, as after every European war, to withdraw into her sea-girt isle to become herself again. Thus is explained the policy towards which London and Washington , are leaning. ' '

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ANGLO-AMERICAN POLICY., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9574, 1 April 1919

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ANGLO-AMERICAN POLICY. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9574, 1 April 1919

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