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Harold C. Armstrong • 7 Items / 6 Books, 1 Article
Gray Wolf, Mustafa Kemal (1933)
An Intimate Study of a Dictator
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    A Man of Single Purpose (Review)
    Gray Wolf, Mustafa Kemal, by Harold Courtenay Armstrong
    1. Gray Wolf, Mustafa Kemal by Harold Courtenay Armstrong
    The Saturday Review, April 15, 1933, p. 536
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    Some Recent Books on International Relations (3 Reviews)
    The Near East
    1. Gray Wolf, Mustafa Kemal by Harold Courtenay Armstrong
    2. Palestine As It Is by M.J. Landa
    3. Persia by Arnold T. Wilson
    Foreign Affairs, April 1933, p. 540
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    Book Notes (7 Reviews)
    The Romantic Agony, by Mario Praz
    1. The Romantic Agony by Mario Praz
    2. Gal Reporter by Joan Lowell
    3. Gray Wolf, Mustafa Kemal by Harold Courtenay Armstrong
    4. Cry Havoc! by Beverley Nichols
    5. Dollars and Sense by Irving Brant
    6. Incentives Under Capitalism and Socialism by Harry W. Laidler
    7. The Best Short Stories of 1933 by Edward J. O'Brien
    The New Republic, September 27, 1933, pp. 193-194
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    Check List of New Books (11 Reviews)
    Biography
    1. Memories of a Misspent Youth, 1872-1896 by Grant Richards
    2. Gray Wolf, Mustafa Kemal by Harold Courtenay Armstrong
    3. John Quincy Adams: "Old Man Eloquent" by Bennett Champ Clark
    4. Studies in Sublime Failure by Shane Leslie
    5. The Grand Social Enterprise by Elmer Louis Kayser
    6. The Mahdi of Allah by Richard A. Bermann
    7. The Savage Pilgrimage by Catherine M. Carswell
    8. Talks with Mussolini by Emil Ludwig
    9. Carson, the Advocate by Edward Marjoribanks
    10. The Decade of Illusion by Maurice Sachs
    11. The Letters of D.H. Lawrence by Aldous Huxley and D.H. Lawrence
    The American Mercury, April 1933