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Great Britain’s Part —: Observations Of An American Visitor To The British Army In France At The Beginning Of The Third Year Of The War

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Paul Cravath was a prominent New York lawyer and partner of the law firm known as Cravath, Swaine and Moore: a leader of the Anglophile “Atlantacist” movement that preached closer ties with Britain in opposition to the isolationist policies of several American administrations. As part of his cause, he visited Britain during the First World War and wrote of his experiences and opinions on the war effort.

An interesting political book, passionately argued.

Author — Cravath, Paul D. 1861-1940.

Text taken, whole and complete, from the edition published in New York [etc.] D. Appleton and company, 1917.

Original Page Count – vi and 127 pages

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