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GERMAN ATTITUDE.

BERLIN, April 27

Political circles profess to believe that the prospects of peace are improved. Herr Fergonbach, President of the National Convention, atatea that Germany will not sign the Peace Treaty unless all prisoners are freed, the blockade raised, and the Saar Valley and Danzig remain German. ' The general belief ia that the Italian situation will not delay the discussion, which will commence on Thursday. The delegation of 190 is to include fifteen editors oi: leading papers, aad leaves on Monday in two 6pecial trains, which are to arrive on Wednesday.

LONDON, April 27. News from Germany shows that the newspapers still talk glibly of their delegates negotiating peace. It is understood that a sharp note was sent to the German Government which wuould dispel such fond hopes.

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GERMAN ATTITUDE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9597, 29 April 1919

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GERMAN ATTITUDE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9597, 29 April 1919

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