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War Memoirs of David Lloyd George. V. III

War Memoirs of David Lloyd George. V. III

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Little, Brown, 1934, 582 pp.

This instructive volume of the famous statesman's memoirs is concerned largely with his premiership in the year 1917 and deals at length with the urgent problems of shipping, food supply, man-power and the submarine menace, to say nothing of questions of strategy and war organization. Lloyd George manages to put up an excellent defense of his policy, and writes in his usual lively and challenging style.