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2 edition of intimate papers of Colonel House found in the catalog.

intimate papers of Colonel House

Edward M. House

intimate papers of Colonel House

by Edward M. House

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Published by Benn in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementarranged as a narrative by Charles Seymour. Vol.4, The ending of the war, June 1918-November 1919.
ContributionsSeymour, Charles, 1885-1963.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21352506M

  The intimate papers_of_colonel_house-voltopgs-pol 1. THE INTIMATE PAPERS OF COLONEL HOUSE THE ENDING OF THE WAR JUNE, AUGUST, `The war itself was like no other The peace, in turn, should have taken a new path. THE INTIMATE PAPERS OF COLONEL HOUSE ARRANGED AS A NARRATIVE (4 VOLUMES) SIGNED. New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, Hardcover. Four volumes (I & II published in , III and IV in ), in brick-red publisher's cloth, with gilt signature to Author: Charles Seymour.

The Intimate Papers of Colonel House (), 2 volumes - Book - The Robert Menzies Collection: A Living Library, The Robert Menzies Collection: A Living Library is a biographical and bibliographical database documenting more than books from the personal collection of Sir Robert Gordon Menzies held at the University of Melbourne Library. THE INTIMATE PAPERS OF COLONEL HOUSE INTO THE WORLD WAR APRIL, - JUNE, `The most urgent problem we have to solve is how Gov- ernments set at op. Click to read more about The intimate papers of Colonel House by Edward Mandell House. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers/5(1).

The Intimate Papers of Colonel House never became a best-seller, but both Seymour and House received considerable royalties and "until restrictions on the use of the House Collection were lifted in " The Intimate Papers remained a valuable source of .   Author of The intimate papers of Colonel House, Philip Dru: administrator, Philip Dru, What really happened at Paris, Philip Dru, The intimate papers of Colonel House arranged as a narrative, Ce qui se passe reʹellement a ̀Parisen , Philip Dru: . House subsequently attempted (and failed) to carve a similar role as intimate advisor to Franklin Roosevelt in Edward Mandell House, who published four volumes of The Intimate Papers of Colonel House between , died on 28 March at the age of


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Arranged as a Narrative by CHARLES Ebook, Sterling Professor of History, Yale University. Volumes I and II. Boston, Houghton Mifflin Company, xxiii, ; ix, pp. This is the most important contribution yet made to the history of Woodrow Wilson's presidency, and the controversy excited by it.