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Herr Ebert, in a statement to "Vor-| waerts," says the German Government) will not come to a definite decision un-i til it is convinced that the Allies are! determined to enforce an. impossible: "peace of violence." Germany's con-j sent to such peace will be merely a lie i born of despair. In any case the Ger- | mans, must be prepared for a painful; decision. . i LONDON, May 16. The Paris correspondent of • the "Daily Telegraph" says it is generally believed that the Germans will sign the Peace Treaty, but an early signa- j ture is not ;expected, and a resumption of the conditions prevailing be^ ] fore the armistice is likely. It is not probable that Count Rantzau will con-; tinue long to be the chief German rep-! resentative. j

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LAST NIGHTS NEWS. PEACE TREATY., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9612, 17 May 1919

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LAST NIGHTS NEWS. PEACE TREATY. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9612, 17 May 1919

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