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War Memoirs of Robert Lansing

War Memoirs of Robert Lansing

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Bobbs-Merrill, 1935, 383 pp.

An important contribution to the history of American policy during the war period. Lansing's papers leave no doubt that he, personally, was convinced from the start that the United States would eventually have to intervene on the side of the Allies and that he aimed to formulate American policy in accordance with this conviction, despite the fact that Wilson and the government generally had not arrived at that conclusion.