Masaryk in England

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Masaryk in England

By R. W. Seton-Watson
Macmillan, 1943
206 pp. $2.75

In the opening chapter Professor Seton-Watson summarizes Czech history and Masaryk's rôle therein. Thereafter most of the text consists of illuminating letters and memoranda by the Czech statesman, written during the First World War. Their publication will enhance the stature of Masaryk as one of the great men of our times.

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