Journal as Ambassador to Great Britain

Journal as Ambassador to Great Britain

Journal as Ambassador to Great Britain

Journal as Ambassador to Great Britain

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General Dawes in writing his impressions and experiences over these fateful years is performing two services. He is giving the invaluable guidance of experience to this generation. He is making the accurate backgrounds of written history when the distant time comes that this period can be truly appraised. The history of the gigantic forces which dominate national and international life can never be written from the current newspapers, magazines, or even the Congressional Record. They record such public knowledge as there may be of these incidents at the time. But what lies behind those incidents will be appraised from such contributions as this book. General Dawes has seen as few Americans have seen the struggles of men in these vital years, and he has seen as few men have seen the forces which make the destiny of nations.

HERBERT HOOVER

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