Letter from Grosvenor Square

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Letter from Grosvenor Square

By John Gilbert Winant
Houghton, 1947
278 pp. $3.00

In this account of his "stewardship," our wartime Ambassador to Britain reëvokes the dark, heroic days of 1941. In simple, humane words he records his observations on the British people at bay and on the beginnings of American aid to them. There are no startling revelations and the author is sparing in his criticism of men and policies.

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