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Unfinished Business
Unfinished Business
By Stephen Bonsal
Doubleday, 1944, 313 pp.

Before the First World War the author had, as a newspaperman, acquired an intimate knowledge of European affairs, notably along the Danube and in the Balkans. The American delegation at the Paris Peace Conference, where he was particularly close to Colonel House, gave Bonsal several important and complicated assignments. This book, consisting of extracts from his diary, will be of great interest to students of the period, though they will regret that the chronology of events is somewhat obscure.