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BOLSHEVISM'S MENACE.

GERMAN ATTITUDE

PARIS, March .31. An investigator employed by the British told the Conference that there had been serious coquetting between the German governing classes, particularly the* militarists, and the Bolsheviki. They recognised that Germany had been, dethroned as a world power, and contemplated the alternative of joining in with the. Bolsheviki, and dragging down the world with them, believing that Germany could recover more rapidly than the other nations. Berlin newspapers discuss the. Russian overtures for the formation of a German, Russian, and Hungarian Alliance against the Entente. Herr Noske, in a speech at Weimar, said he desired friendly relations with Russia, but she insisted that Germany should become Bolshevist. This she refused to do. Herr Noske denied that Germany was participating in an anti-Russian offensive. .

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9574, 1 April 1919

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BOLSHEVISM'S MENACE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9574, 1 April 1919

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