M. CLEMENCEAU'S COMMENT.
PARIS, May 9
Mr -Murdoch says:.—Count Rantzau's speech continues to affect the situa-, tioii. I ■learn fn»nl&e highest: British (source that the Council is united,in its, deterittination not to proceed with the negotiations in such a spirit, which is interpreted as a display of "Deutechland über axles'' arrogance. When the British and American delegates expressed surpris.e at Rantzau's extraordinary attitude, M. Clemenceau replied, "Yes, you have never seen, bullying Prussianism beforo, but we have lived under its shadow for 50 years, powerless and humiliated."
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M. CLEMENCEAU'S COMMENT., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9608, 13 May 1919
M. CLEMENCEAU'S COMMENT. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9608, 13 May 1919
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