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Freedom of City for Diplomats' Autos Planned

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Freedom of City for Diplomats' Autos Planned

Washington Times
December 29, 1922


Automobiles owned by diplomats will be given special tags for 1923, the District Commissioners decided today.

Ambassadors, ministers, and charge d'affairs are entitled to the privileges of the new tag plate and this means that automobiles, bearing the diplomatic tags, will be immune from molestation by the police.

Representatives of a foreign country will be given the regular 1923 tag with a smaller tag attached to it and on the small tag will be the word "Diplomat."



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