The London Conference

Glasgow, George
September 1922
New Republic;9/13/22, Vol. 32 Issue 406, p65
Reports on the post war Allied Conference in London. Prospect of the conference to deal with the problem of reparations and inter-Allied debt; Discussion of the question of granting moratorium to Germany; Reference to Cannes Conference in which Germany was given a provisional scheme of reduced payments during the present year; Drawback to the French argument that while it relieved Great Britain of her assets in Europe it left her with liabilities in the U.S. intact; Criticism of the British government for issuing the Balfour Note in advance of the Conference.


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