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" ■ BERLIN, May 9. After the Cabinet had discussed the Treaty for five hours Herr Sciieidemann addressed the Parliamentary Committees appointed to consider the Treaty. He said: "The terms are the death sentence of Germany, but wo toust discuss this document of hatred and madness with political sobriety." He added that the Government had instructed the Paris delegation to submit; a. note to the Allies pointing out the : difference between the Treaty and President Wilson's Fourteen Points, also to submit detailed counter-proposals and to attempt to start an oral discussion.

Heir Fehlenbacher, speaking on behalf of the leaders of all parties, said thai Dr. Sciieidemann had rightly declared that the terms were unacceptable^ Discussions between the Allies and the delegation at Paris might possibly result in a peace acceptable, to the German people; ,

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LAST NIGHT'S NEWS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9607, 12 May 1919

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LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9607, 12 May 1919

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