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By Charles Callan Tansill

ISBN-10: 0837279909

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In December 1921, General Henry T. Allen sent to Secretary Hughes a complaint that had been filed with the High Commision by a delegation of German workingmen: "We fear to leave our homes and go to work leaving our wives and daughters in our houses with these men. "58 Three years later the American consul at Cologne wrote to Secretary Hughes a bitter indictment of French practices in the Rhineland. "59 Memories of these insults lingered in German minds and helped to produce a climate of opinion that justified many of the items in Hitler's program of expansion and revenge.

See also, Hunter Miller, My Diary at the Conference of Paris (privately printed, 1928), I, 289. 3 «Ray S. Baker, Woodrow Wilson and World Settlement (Garden City, 1922), III, 37-38. 37 HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION 17 39 pared two reports (January-February 1919) . In dealing with Danzig they granted it to Poland because of economic considerations. They conveniently overlooked the fact that from the viewpoint of population Danzig was 97 per cent German. "40 But the President was unwilling to confirm this suggestion, so the question of Danzig was postponed until March 17 when Lloyd George carried on a brisk exchange of opinions with Colonel House and Clemenceau.

66. Baker, op. , pp. 482-84. Apparently, Henry White did much to give President Wilson the correct view of the situation in Upper Silesia. See Allan Nevins, Henry White (New York, 1930), p. 423. 50 2O BACK DOOR TO WAR Harold Percival (Britain); and General de Marinis (Italy). France immediately sent 8,000 troops to maintain French domination over Upper Silesia and then procured the appointment of General Le Rond as the head of the civil administration. Although the Allied governments had assured the German delegation at Paris (June 16, 1919) that the International Commission would insist upon the "full impartiality of the vote," they broke faith in this regard as well as in others.

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