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Field Marshall Earl Haig (1929)
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    Books of Medieval and Modern European History (Review)
    Field Marshall Earl Haig, by John Charteris
    1. Field Marshall Earl Haig by John Charteris
    The American Historical Review, January 1930, pp. 363-364
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    Who Won the War? (3 Reviews)
    Versailles, by Karl Friedrich Nowak
    1. Versailles by Karl Friedrich Nowak
    2. Stresemann: The Man and the Statesman by Baron Rochus A.K. von Rheinbaben
    3. Field Marshall Earl Haig by John Charteris
    The Outlook, July 3, 1929, p. 394
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    Some Recent Books on International Relations (21 Reviews)
    The British Commonwealth of Nations
    1. The Life of Lord Pauncefote by R.B. Mowat
    2. Richard Burdon Haldane (Viscount Haldane): An Autobiography by Richard Burton Haldane, Viscount Haldane
    3. Three Persons by Andrew MacPhail
    4. On the Edge of Diplomacy by John Duncan Gregory
    5. Field Marshall Earl Haig by John Charteris
    6. Dictionary of Official War-Time Organizations by N.B. Dearle
    7. The Aftermath, 1918-1928 by Winston S. Churchill
    8. Versailles to Rapallo, 1920-1922 by Edgar V. D'Abernon
    9. Kings, Churchills and Statemen by Knut Hagberg
    10. The British Empire by Basil Williams
    11. The New British Empire by L. Haden Guest
    12. Letters and Leaders of My Day by Timothy Michael Healy
    13. Canada in the Commonwealth by Robert Borden
    14. Empire and Commonwealth by Chester B. Martin
    15. Canada and the United States by Hugh L. Keenleyside
    16. The Life of General Dyer by Ian Duncan Colvin
    17. The British Crown and the Indian States
    18. India: Stepmother by Claude H. Hill
    19. Towards Swaraj by S.K. Sarma
    20. India on Trial by J.E. Woolacott
    21. Christianity and the Government of India by Arthur Mayhew
    Foreign Affairs, July 1929, pp. 680-681