100 Years Ago

NEWS FROM 100 YEARS AGO : 14 April 1924

14 APRIL 1924

Elaborate police measures were taken for the protection of the Russian delegates at the Anglo-Soviet conference which opened in London. The Prime Minister, who addressed the conference, received from leading British bankers a memorandum setting forth the steps by which Russia’s credit could be restored.

The conclusion of an alliance between France and Romania was announced to be imminent.

The Japanese Government addressed a very strong note to the United States protesting against the immigration measure before Congress which practically banned all Japanese immigrants. The Government said that the pride of Japan would be seriously offended by such an enactment.