Stresemann writes a letter to the Crown Prince Wilhelm of Prussia in which he describes his foreign policy strategy. He explains that he wishes to maintain security in Europe and to make Germany stronger again through rapprochement with France. He also informs the Crown Prince that he is striving to have the eastern border rectified and to regain Gdansk, the Polish Corridor and Eastern Upper Silesia. It is thought that his goal with this was to win right-wing groups over to his Locarno policy.
[Mai, p. 85-86]
Reichspräsident Paul von Hindenburg participates in the “liberation celebrations” in the Ruhr Valley. He delivers a speech at a large rally in Bochum.
[Overesch/Saal, p. 262]