Twenty Years as Military Attaché

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Twenty Years as Military Attaché

By T. Bentley Mott
Oxford University Press, 1937
342 pp. $2.50

Most of Colonel Mott's career has been devoted to smoothing the path of political and military missions in various parts of the world. He served on Mr. Root's staff during the latter's visit to Russia in 1917 and on General Pershing's staff during the war. He thus has many intimate things to say about important personages and events.

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