The New Europe/Volume 2/M. Stürmer Abroad

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M. Stürmer Abroad

The Russian ex-Premier, M. Stürmer, whose attempts to bring about a separate peace with Germany last summer were denounced so valiantly in the Duma, is reported to be visiting Copenhagen incognito (see Times, 12 February). It is also announced that Count Albert Mensdorff, late Austro-Hungarian Ambassador in London, and through his grandmother related to the House of Coburg, is about to undertake a diplomatic mission to the Danish capital. Is there any connection between these two facts? Or will the late German Foreign Secretary, Herr von Jagow, occupy his leisure in resuming negotiations which, for a time, he imagined to have succeeded?

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