Some German Glassworks in March and April, 1919
T144-T147 (4 pages)
I am convinced that there is nothing to fear from Germany. No glass will come out of Germany for a long long time to come; it is not a question of months but probably of years. British manufacturers, therefore, have their chance if they will only take it. Let them install modern plant and furnaces and let them employ trained technical men. If glass manufacturers could realise how useless a nontechnical man is in a works they would make quicker progress. If we do as I suggest, we should be able to compete on more level terms, although as long as the standard of living on the Continent remains lower than in this country our industry must continue at the mercy of those who believe in employing Germans while our own working men are idle and, maybe, their families in want.
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