Fifty Years in a Changing World

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Fifty Years in a Changing World

By Sir Valentine Chirol
Harcourt Brace, 1927
351 pp. $4.00

The interesting reminiscences and reflections of the former foreign editor of the London Times. There are no indiscretions, but the book abounds in shrewd observations and well-balanced appreciations. The character sketches of men like Cromer, Kitchener, Alexander of Battenberg, Ferdinand of Coburg, Curzon and Holstein are particularly noteworthy.

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