“‘World leaders must understand that re-establishment of international confidence is more important for recovery in every country than the artificial measures from which people sometimes expect salvation,’ Daladier said.
He hoped the world would not suffer an international monetary war to come on top of the long war of tariffs… the French side of the talks will stress the uncertainty which a currency inflation war would cast over world political and economic problems.” Read more.
“France Begins Pressure for Sound World Money”
The Milwaukee Journal, April 24, 1933.
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