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Memoirs of Count Bernstorff
Memoirs of Count Bernstorff
Random House, 1936, 383 pp

This honest book adds little to the author's previous account of his years in Washington, though there is new light on his relations with certain American personalities. Its most important contributions concern Bernstorff's ambassadorship at Constantinople during the last part of the war, and his activities in the political life of the German Republic, particularly on behalf of the League and disarmament. This volume should be read by all who wish to understand the tragedy of postwar German democracy.