23 OCTOBER 1923
Ronald McNeill, the Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs, speaking at Tiverton said that “there is one debt we are not going to write off – the debt owed to us by Germany. We are not going to let Germany off. Sooner or later she will have to pay up”.
A military revolt broke out in Greece, under the leadership of the Royalist General Ioannis Metaxas.
The media reported that telegrams from the Rhineland reported an extension of the Republican movement.