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THE place of work OF CIVIL AFFAIRS.
TRANSFER OF DUTIES.
On January 10, 1920, the Rhineland conference vent into impact through the whole territories occupied through the troop of the Allied and linked Powers. even if the us Senate had now not ratified the Treaty of Versailles, with the consent of
the Commanding normal or the A.F.G. the Ordinances of the Interallied Rhineland excessive fee have been to be released as orders within the American sector and to have complete influence as such. the 1st Ordinances have been released on January 10, 1920, usually Order No. 2, which additionally revoked all orders formerly released. . . .
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