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Memoirs of the Peace Conference
Memoirs of the Peace Conference
By David Lloyd George
Yale University Press, 1939, 2 pp

Lloyd George adds his memoirs to those of his two colleagues, now dead, in the triumvirate that ruled the Paris Peace Conference. Historians will find that these two volumes, though they contain much new and valuable information as well as pungent portraits of the leading personages at Paris, are vitiated in many places by the author's desire to present his own case in the best possible light.