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LISTENING TO M. CLEMENCEAU’S SPEECH: THE CHIEF GERMAN DELEGATES IN THE CONFERENCE ROOM AT VERSAILLES.
All eyes were centred on the six chief German Delegates at the historic conference in the Trianon Palace Hotel at Versailles on May 7, when the Treaty containing the Allies’ terms of peace was presented to them. They sat together at one end of the room facing M, Clemenceau and the chief Allied delegates at the other. In our illustration the
figures seen are (beginning with the nearest and taking them in order)-Professor Schiicking (international lawyer), Herr Giesberts (German Minister of Posts), Count Brockdorff-Rantzau (Foreign Minister and head of the delegation), Dr. Landsbero (Minister of Justice), and Herr Leinert (President of the Prussian National Assembly).
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