Despite protests from England and America, the French military continued to occupy the Ruhr region of Germany in September 1923. The passive resistance practiced by German citizens in the Ruhr was not improving the relations with the French. A new Reich Chancellor, Gustav Stresemann, announces the end of the passive resitance movement.
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An das deutsche Volk, Leo Baeck Institute, r (f) DD 232.5 A7 1963 [II.24].