Western Mail, 4 April 1919

A Dwindling Load + Zoom In
What the Prime Minister said was not that we would make Germany pay the whole cost of the war, but that we would exact from Germany whatever Germany might be able to pay. - Mr. Bonar Law in the Commons.

Is the Allies' resolve to make Germany pay the costs of war running out?

Back to top


Comments:

You can submit a comment to us about the above speech using the form below.

Please note that at present, comments are not automatically displayed publicly on the site.

There are currently no comments available for viewing for this speech