By Paul Findley
Former Congressman Paul Findley offers an inventory of mistruths offered by way of Israel and the Israeli foyer, AIPAC, through the years, and systematically rebuts every one with transparent and concise proof so one can set the list instantly on U.S.-Israeli kin.
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1 66. Gen. Haller to Skrzyński, 27 Nov. 1 9 1 5 , cited in Kuźmiński, Polska, 2 1 - 2 2 , 1 67, Jouveiial, D'une guerre, 2:74. ï 68. Bonnet, Quai d ’Orsay, 1 1 6 - 1 7 . ■ I 69, According to Sir Frederick Maurice’ s figures in the July 1925 issue of foreign Affairs, French strength in peacetime was over 650,000 and after mobilization 35 36 Post-Locarno Diplomacy French high command opposed concessions. 7' The matter required careful handling, for a Preparatory Commission for a disarmament conference had been called in existence by a resolution of the League in December 19 15 .
4. On the change o f German position see Kriiger, “ Politique extérieure," 274 -76 . For general treatment, Krüger, Aussenpoíitík, esp. 505. For the argument that France should be given a “ binding security against a German revenge," see Gasiorowski, “ Strese mann,” 30 3-30 4 . 5. Cited in HÖltje, Weimarer Republiky 254. 6. Norbert Krekeler, Revisionsanspruch und Geheime Ostpolitik der Weimarer Re publik: die Subventionierung der deutschen Minderheit in Poland 1919—1953 (Stuttgart, 1973 ), ” 3 7.
O . Chambre, 1083. The speech lasted from the 27 Feb. to 1 March session, 104T-62, 1075-86. Marin had been the founder in 1921 of the parliamentary club Les Amis de la Pologne from which the leftists departed in 1923. In 1925 they were instru mental in creating the Groupe parlementaire franco-polonais. Sec Ponty, “ L’Attitude,” 86-87. 17 z8 Post-Locarno Diplomacy tions), and in the senate only 6 votes were cast against it. In addition to some rightist and centrist deputies, the opponents comprised the commu nists who viewed Locarno as an anti-Soviet conspiracy.