Journal as Ambassador to Great Britain

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Journal as Ambassador to Great Britain

By Charles G. Dawes
Macmillan, 1939
442 pp. $5.00

Mr. Dawes served in London from April 1929 to February 1932, a critical period. He witnessed -- and here reports -- many stirring events. Students will find that his diary is a good source book for impressions covering such matters as the 1930 Naval Limitation Conference, the downfall of the Labor Government, the Manchurian crisis, etc.

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