Broadside, "Ultimatum oder verhandeln?" [May, 1919].

Broadside, [May 1919]: "Ultimatum oder verhandeln?" (=Ultimatum or negotiations?) Argues that Germany should stand firm in the face of the ultimatum of the victorious powers, with the aim of negotiation [regarding the Treaty of Versailles]. No author identified; no imprint. Date added in pencil. 1 leaf (40 x 27.3 cm.).  From the Finding aid prepared by Violet Lutz.

Automated translation. ["Ultimatum or negotiate?"]

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Language: German
Published: 1919
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