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.The "Daily Chronicle's" Berlin correspondent states that the peace terms iiave stunned Berlin. Business is at a standstill, and the Bourse has closed for three'days. , Messages-* from- Paris state , ' that the .delegates are despondent. Ludendorif refused- an interview to the" "Daily •Chronicle," but sent this message: "If these are the peace teritisy America can go to Hell." -*'■■■ ;; - ---: Cabinet meets ■ to-day, and a-pro-nouncement is' expected to-morrow. COPENHAGEN; May 9.
• (Uesbert, interviewed, said: Our'only Course is to .arrange peace with Russia, and invite Russian troops into Germany. ■■ •■>■'•■ ~■ ■■■'■ - • '•■'■ '■
GERMANS STUNNED BY TERMS.
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REPRESENTATIVE OPINIONS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9606, 10 May 1919
REPRESENTATIVE OPINIONS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9606, 10 May 1919
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