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{.Ins. & N.Z. Cable Assn. & Heater.;

(Received May 17, 11.30 a.m.) COPENHAGEN, May 9. A German correspondent, in Paris interviewed Landsberg, , who said:—The choice is only between yen, and is the quintessence of a dictated peace; ' Schueckmg says:—it is_ obvipusly France's, intention to humiliate. juariy. .... Geisberfc says: The terms mean that the German workers -shall do forced laliour lor international imperialism. AMsTiiitiJA-Al,. May 9. George Bernhard, in an article in the "Vozi'che" .Zuitung," suggests reaching ■An understanding witii Japan, using ; Ithe racial equality question., as a lever. .' f> The, People's Party, at .Hamburg carried a resolution demanding the return of. : the colonies. The . meeting sang "£)eutschland Über Alles." .? . "The "Hamburger iSaelirichten" says ,the enemies want to; destroy .Germany root, and branch.. 1* would ;be; an unpardonable guilt .it ..we -signed t^he treaty. ' "., (Jiecoiyed 3Lav 17, 11.30 a.m.) "LONDON, May 9. The "I)aily Chronicle's" iierhn correspondent interviewed Count Keyeiit'-. j low,, who said:—ihe terms are quite unacceptable. They contain no trace of President Wilson's fourteen points.. It.. would be: .impolitic,, impossible, , and; generally. unjust to. hand the Kai-v ser, who may have hiade a psychological mistake, but did not cause the war out of ill-will. He always wished to preserve peace. Germany is willing to accept the responsibility of the eonse-r queuces .of a refusal, if the Allies decided on. the occupation of Germany, winch being without arms, food, and money could not resist. The annexation of German resources of iron and •coal supplies would mean extensive etuigratioiij increasing the burden of those remaining. - ' ''".'.

Herr Harden,' in ah interview, says Jhe regrets the German Republic had Jailed to convince the Allies that the German ' attitude had changed. This necessitated extensive: guarantees' to secure . Jb'ranco. i/resiuent Wilson's stand was, recognisable, m saving Danzig from becoming Polish a*d in extnetiting the Saar trom annexation. : Herr Kautsky states: We are forced to. accept, but cannot guarantee fulfilment oi the impossible.


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HINDENBURG'S THREAT, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9612, 17 May 1919

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HINDENBURG'S THREAT Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9612, 17 May 1919

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