WAR MEMOIRS -- Vol. 3 by David Lloyd-George


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Readymade market for this in those who have purchased volumes 1 and 2; and an additional market, in view of the fact that America enters the war during the period covered in this volume. Prime Minister, succeeding Asquith -- it is at this point in his career that volume 3 opens. And it carries through the early months of American participation. The growing submarine terror looms large; an acute food shortage brings new terrors; the fall of Joffre had repercussions the general public did not recognize; the outbreak of the Russian Revolution spread dismay through allied ranks. New correspondence between Great Britain and America is brought to light. Take orders now for volume 4, and mention possibility of a fifth volume, not originally scheduled.

Pub Date: Oct. 26th, 1934
Publisher: Little, Brown