By James Stewart Martin
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It was very important that he 56 ALL HONORABLE MEN and his friends should pick up where they had left off and build for the future. Now that we had the records of his deposits into "Sonderkonto S," I wanted to get him back for a longer talk.
The Germans across the line, after two years, were still pleading for food to stave off starvation. The Industrial Revolution had come to Luxembourg with the discovery of domestic deposits of minette ore in 1870. This was the same year in which Bismarck's armies snatched the minette ore fields and other resources of Alsace-Lorraine from France on behalf THE FRATERNITY BROTHERS 39 of the growing Reich. But for many years Luxembourg's industry kept its independence from German control. The largest steel firm, the Acieries Reunies de Burbach-Eich-Dudelange, known as "Arbed," even reached into German territory.
This payment was in addition to sizable loans which the Allies were already required to make to Germany under the Versailles Treaty. The loans were to make up the difference between the German domestic price of coal and the prevailing export price at British seaports. At the time of the Spa Conference this difference amounted to nearly ten dollars per ton; THE HEAVY TIMBERS 31 and the Allies agreed to continue advancing loans at this rate in addition to the one dollar per ton to feed the miners.
All Honorable Men (New World Order and the rise of Hitler) by James Stewart Martin