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DENMARK.

The- frontier between Germany and Denmark is to be fined in accordance with tho wishes of the population ,a vote beins taken in Northern Schleswie as a whole'and in portions of Central Schleswig; by the communes within ten days from peace. German. troops and authorities mußt. evacuate .^be 'repion north oi a, line running from the mouth of the Schlei, south of Kappel. Schleswig, and Fried richstadt-, alone the Eider to the North Sea south., of Tonning, and Workmen's and -Soldiers' Councils iii-the zone must be dissolved. •■■"■.••;■'.

During the. voting the zoho will be under the charge, of an International Commission of five members, of whom the Norwegian and Swedish Governments will be "invited-to,choose two. The Commission will temporarily have general "Bowers of administration. After the result of the voting has been declared the Danish. Government may occupy those territories which have voted for Denmark, and Germany shall renounce sovereign rights in these territories. All inhabiitants will then acauire Danish nationality with certain. exceptions.

Provisions «re made for' individual change of nationality under certain conditions. ■

Fortifications. military ■ establish-: meiits.,,,and' harbours of -the.'islands of Heligoland and the dunes are to bs destroyed under, supervision of the Allies by Gennazs labour and at Germany's expense. They are not to be ; reconstructed.; ■"■nor are- any similar. works to be. constructed in the future.

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DENMARK., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9605, 9 May 1919

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DENMARK. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9605, 9 May 1919

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