The Ruhr Conflict: A Report

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Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Division of Intercourse and Education
Director, NICHOLAS MURRAY BUTLER
European Organization
Advisory Council
President, BARON PAUL D'ESTOURNELLES DE CONSTANT, France
BARON THEODOR ADELSWÄRD, Sweden.
GUSTAV ADOR, Switzerland.
PAUL AAPPPELL, France
E. BENEŠ, Czechoslovakia.
LÉON BOURGEOIS, France.
SIR WILLIAM J. COLLINS, England.
MGR. SIMON DEPLOIGE, Belgium.
SIR HENRY E. DUKE, England.
JEAN EFREMOFF, Russia.
HELLMUT VON GERLACH, Germany.
EDOARDO GIRETTI, Italy
JUSTIN GODART, France.
SIR SAMUEL JOHN GURNEY HOARE,
England.
HANS J. HORST, Norway
PAUL HYMANS, Belgium.
WELLINGTON KOO, China.
HENRI LA FONTAINE, Belgium.
ALRRED LAGERHEIM, Sweden.
LOU TSENG-TSIANG, China.
J. RAMSEY MACDONALD, England.
COUNT ALBERT VON MENSDORF,
Austria.
1 RT. HON. VISCOUNT MORLEY OF BLACK-
BURN, England.
FRIDTJOF NANSEN, Norway
MINORU OKA, Japan.
ALBERTO D'OLIVEIRA, Portugal.
COMTE DE PENHA-GARCIA, Portugal.
JOSEF REDLICH, Austria.
CHARLES RICHET, France.
FRANCESCO RUFFINI, Italy.
HIS HIGHNESS PRINCE SAMAD KHAN
MONTAZOS SALTANEH, Persia.
RT. HON. BARON SHAW OF DUNFERM-
LINE, England.
W. F. TREUB, Holland.
ELEUTHERIOS VENIZELOS, Greece.
ANDRÉ, WEISS, France.
European Bureau
173 Boulevard St. Germain, Paris
President, BARON D'ESTOURNELLES DE CONSTANT, SÉNATEUR.
Vice-President, JUSTIN GODART.
Assistant Director, J. J. PRUDHOMMEAUX.
1Died September 23, 1923.

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