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EX-KAISER'S TRIAL.

VARYING VIEWS

(Received April 22, 11 a.m.) PARIS, April 19; There is a belief here that the Powers will bring the ex-Kaiser to trial and endeavour to secure his exile from Europe. It is understood the majority of the Crimes Commission favour this course, although Mr Lansing is opposed to the trial, on the ground that there is no power under law. The Japanese,; too, are opposed, holding views' on kingly sanctity. It is believed that President Wilson and other colleagues on the Council of Four do not share Mr Lansing's views.

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EX-KAISER'S TRIAL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9590, 22 April 1919

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EX-KAISER'S TRIAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9590, 22 April 1919

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