Item No: pixc00621
Title: Foiled Some More Yet
Additional Title: Foiled Some More Yet
Print and Picture Collection
Germany ("Fritz") tries to ignore or go around the treaty terms, but the Allies reinforce the position with two Notes.
"Following an exchange of views the Allied Government agreed to the terms of two Notes, which have been forwarded to Germany."
"The first Note denies that military control would contribute to disorders, and insists on the resumption of the control, reserving the right to take such measures as may seem proper in the event of the Commission of Control being obstructed by the German authorities or the citizens.
"The second Notes deals with the Crown Prince. It accepts the assurances of the German Note, but nevertheless declares that the Crown Prince's presence in German territory is likely to provoke serious complications for Germany at home and abroad. It holds the German Government responsible for any consequences which might compel the Allies to confer upon measures necessary to deal with the situation."
- "Allies Agree." Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate 23 Nov. 1923: 5. Print.
"[T]here were many names for the Germans, such as 'Fritz,' 'Hun,' 'Boche,' and 'Jerry.'"
- "1918: Fritz - Australian Soldiers' Relations with Germans." Exhibitions. Australian War Memorial. Web. 21 Apr. 2015. https://www.awm.gov.au/exhibitions/1918/soldier/fritz/.
Sykes, Charles Henry. "Foiled Some More Yet." Evening Public Ledger (Philadelphia, PA). 1923, November 22.
Sykes, Charles Henry, 1882-1942 - Artist