Ford Peace Move to Have Headquarters at Hague, ca. August 16, 1916


Ford Peace Move to Have Headquarters at Hague

STOCKHOLM, Aug. 16. -- The neutral conference for continuous mediation, resulting from Henry Ford's peace movement, has decided to establish bureaus in Berne and Stockholm and headquarters at The Hague, with Louis P. Lochner in charge. Mr. Lochner will leave here within a few days. It is planned also to appoint committees of ten members each in Denmark, Holland, Norway, Sweden and Switzerland, whose duty it will be to watch the political situation in the belligerent countries with the object of promoting peace.

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