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The Life of John Rushworth, Earl Jellicoe (1936)
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    Modern European History (Review)
    The Life of John Rushworth, Earl Jellicoe, by Admiral Sir Reginald Bacon
    1. The Life of John Rushworth, Earl Jellicoe by Admiral Sir Reginald Bacon
    The American Historical Review, April 1938, pp. 625-626
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    The Check List (8 Reviews)
    Biography
    1. A Vermont Boyhood by Thomas Emerson Ripley
    2. Lord Bothwell and Mary, Queen of Scots by Robert Gore-Browne
    3. A Saga of the Seas by Philip Bayaud McDonald
    4. Red Cloud's Folk by George E. Hyde
    5. Recollections and Reflections by J.J. Thomson
    6. Marconi: The Man and His Wireless by Orrin E. Dunlap, Jr.
    7. The Life of John Rushworth, Earl Jellicoe by Admiral Sir Reginald Bacon
    8. Hart Crane: The Life of an American Poet by Philip Horton
    The American Mercury, September 1937
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    Some Recent Books on International Relations by (13 Reviews)
    The British Commonwealth of Nations
    1. The King and the Imperial Crown by Arthur Berriedale Keith
    2. The Empire in the World by E. Thomas Cook
    3. The Faith of an Englishman by Edward W.M. Grigg
    4. Arthur James Balfour by Blanche E.C. Dugdale
    5. The Life of John Rushworth, Earl Jellicoe by Admiral Sir Reginald Bacon
    6. The Man I Knew by Dorothy M.V. Haig
    7. Stanley Baldwin: Man or Miracle by C.E. Bechhofer Roberts
    8. Oswald Mosley: Portrait of a Leader by A.K. Chesterton
    9. The Four Green Fields by George A.T. O'Brien
    10. Unique Dictator: A Study of Eamon De Valera by Desmond Ryan
    11. Canada: An International Power by Andre Siegfried
    12. Poverty and Population in India by Dattatraya G. Karve
    13. New Zealand from Within by Donald Cowie
    Foreign Affairs, July 1937, p. 768