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Old Men Forget
Old Men Forget
By Duff Cooper
Dutton, 1954, 399 pp

A graceful and revealing autobiography of Alfred Duff Cooper, later Viscount Norwich, whose career included the Foreign Office, the House of Commons, Cabinet membership and the Paris Embassy. His account of the Chamberlain Government, from which he resigned in protest at the time of Munich, throws fresh light on the ineptitudes of those years.