100 Years Ago

NEWS FROM 100 YEARS AGO : 12 June 1923

12 JUNE 1923

The Government said that the German note on reparations payments would be discussed within Cabinet, although it would take several days until an announcement was made in Parliament.

There was disorder in Dortmund following the shooting of two non-commissioned French officers.

No agreement was reached at the Lausanne Conference on the Turkish debt conference.

The Government’s debt reduction policy and tea/beer duties were discussed in the House of Commons.